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Author 'Mcjcgilgenmann' (Id 86257 ) : Here is a snake that I have photographed at home in Alsace. Brrr, I do not like ... Not being a follower of this type of bug, I would be grateful if you inform me what kind of snake it is.

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EXIF : Brand: Sony | Camera: Sony DSC W200
Aperture: f/5.5 | Exposure time: 1/125 s | ISO: 200 | Focal: 22.8 mm | Metering: Multi-segment (5)
Prog. expo.: Priorité ouverture (2) | Correction: 1 EV | Flash: Non (24) | Date: 01/06/2009 16:51:11
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> Poun68 >Reply Aug 05, 2009
I do not think it is a snake in levels, which was not present in Alsace, but in the south of France. But is a snake (or Cornonelle) smooth.
> La cri [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jun 04, 2009
Thank you for the comment Vivianor! This snake has large air well (I have the same green at my house in the center ...) it would be nice to add a little contrast, is not it?
Identification > Vivianor [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jun 02, 2009
It is a snake in levels Rinechis scalaris, it seems that this snake is young, brown at the back of his lines become perpendicular to become adults. It is very useful to nature, eat mice, rats, small rodents and is not venomous. It is found throughout the Mediterranean. : 3:
> Lumixane [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jun 02, 2009
This is the Boa Constrictor, I tell you! I wonder in fact if not in the process of digesting your AFN bulge behind the head! : 4: So much for the identification, technical issue everything has been said: 18:.
> Fanfan du Fatras [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jun 02, 2009
As Alain, I see the contrast more stupid, I look for a snake, without danger, but still impressive: 18:
> Dede69004 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jun 02, 2009
Nice picture but I do not traine ... This appears to be a good size snake. : 19:
> Charly [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Jun 01, 2009
Not really tempted by this kind of topic, I salute your courage, because, like you, I do not know these bugs that I fear. In contrast a little. : 18:
> Benett [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jun 01, 2009
The pupil of the eye is round and has large scales on top of the head, so it sounds like a snake, but which one? It will tell you surely. A little more contrast and congratulations for this socket. : 1:
> Nathea >Reply Jun 01, 2009
I do not know anything, but I guess your trouble, very bright picture, but we can see the snake: thank you.
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