Just in case you needed a reminder that snakes can be masters of camouflage, we present ... some leaf litter.Â
Received this from a fellow HERper this morning. No caption needed, the task was implied: "can you spot the snake?" đ?? pic.twitter.com/oVkjOm8ufyâ€” Helenđ? ?đ‘Šđ?źâ€?đ”Ź (@SssnakeySci) April 23, 2017
This snapshot was shared on Twitter recently by snake researcherÂ Helen Plylar,Â who studies pythons, boas and pitvipers at the FloridaÂ Institute of Technology.
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