ah sorry haha. hope you aren't having bad ptsd right now over it or something
No lol nothing like that. It's just I get scared of snake. Not that scared that I will faint haha.
*boo*haha. snakes are cute sometimes. too bad others can't see it!
I'm just disappointed that I could only give this one thumbs up.
haha i knew someone was gonna say him
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i hear the girl snakes love when they spit though. might be a rumor
No, they are extinct and ancient
"Sanajeh Indicus" Is that the one they found as part of a fossil with dinosaur eggs, probably trying to eat one of the hatchlings when it died? Amazing story.
@goaded Maybe. That also might have been wonambi
I was right (but that Wonambi is even scarier big)."In 2013, with Indian paleontologist Dhananjay Mohabey and others from GSI, Wilson co-authored a paper describing the incredibly action-packed moment that the fossil captured. They not only confirmed the presence of a prehistoric snake, but also found that its jaws were opened wide as if to eat the baby dinosaur – one that had just hatched. The hatchling was beside a clutch of dinosaur eggs, which were still whole. The geologist studying the project deduced that the animals had probably been buried in a mudslide – an event that began quickly, without warning, locking away that predatory moment in time."..."And that's how Sanajeh indicus made its global debut – the words are Sanskrit for "ancient gape from the Indus". Scientists noted how pre-historic snakes didn't have the ability to open their jaws wide enough to swallow big prey, an ability that some modern snakes have acquired through the process of evolution."www.bbc.com/.../20220113-why-indias-fossil-wealth-has-remained-hidden