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|date of photo Aug 8, 2005
location YMCA Camp Ravencliff, near Redway, CA (Humboldt County, California, US)notes The kingsnake was eating the young rattlesnake. I also got some digital video footage of the kingsnake wrestling with the rattlesnake, and eating it. The rattlesnake was just slightly smaller than the kingsnake, and only had one rattle on its tail. In this photo, the kingsnake has a small stick stuck to its mouth.camera Konica Minolta Dimage Z2 digital at 4MPphoto category: Animal - Reptile
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