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Old August 10th, 2017
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Default Blue Snake Eats Rattle Snake

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Never heard of a blue snake and I did not know they existed in Texas.
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Not 100% certain, but Im almost certain that os dame thing as a blue runner aka blue racer. I feed yo camping them blue runner. Been chased by a few,which they are known for.
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Not 100% certain, but Im almost certain that os dame thing as a blue runner aka blue racer. I feed yo camping them blue runner. Been chased by a few,which they are known for.
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Old August 10th, 2017
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The snake in the video is a Texas indigo snake. Not the same as a blue runner


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The thought of a shake chasing you is foolish


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Not a blue runner. It is an Indigo snake. They are similar to king snakes in that they eat other snakes. We have them here as well, although maybe they are a different variety from the "Texas" Indigo. I am not sure, as I have never heard of a Texas Indigo before. The ones around my house are almost black. When we were building our house, we had lots of diamondback water snakes living in the pond. An indigo snake moved in and started living under my lumber pile. He was over 5 feet. In about a month or 6 weeks all of the water snakes had disappeared (into his belly?) and the indigo snake moved on. We still see them from time to time. One of them keeps shedding under my boat, but I havent seen him yet, jsut the skins he leaves behind.

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