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Hi! I found your blog yesterday when looking up info on Karla Homolka (not a surprise to you, I'm sure!) I saw this entry and found this about snakes in the Bahamas:http://ardastra.com/snakeinfo.html#bahamianPerhaps this snake is not indigenous? It looks a LOT like this, the scarlet snake:http://www.pitt.edu/~mcs2/herp/snake.pics/Cemophora_coccinea.jpgIf it is the scarlet snake, it's not poisonous and it's common in the US, from Long Island, NY to Florida.Your blog is very interesting. Thanks for sharing your thoughts/insights/adventures!Cheers,Kelly
Hey Kelly,Thanks for your comment,and looking up the snake for me. It certainly does look like the scarlet snake -- even to the dot on the top of the head. There are some differences though -- they certainly are related.Thanks for reading.PS -- I have been to Ardastra Gardens. It is an amazing place. You can get within touching distance to a flock of flamingos.
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