This is the only non-rattlesnake pit viper I’ve ever seen in the wild, holding more perfectly still than I have heard they usually do. It ended up a good moment, with the sun going down in the mountains of West Texas behind us.
Tags: Agkistrodon, contortrix, copperhead, pictigaster, texas
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