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|date of photo Aug 8, 2009
location Bryce Canyon National Park: Near the Hat Shop along Under the Rim Trail (Garfield County, Utah, US)family Colubridaenotes Head end. This snake, about four feet long, was poised with the back half of its body across the trail, the front in Greenleaf Manzanita, the snake characteristically holding its head high. Elevation ca. 7,400 feet. 9:53 am.camera Fujifilm S5000 FinePix digital cameraphoto category: Animal - Reptile
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