| OT This tweet moves my respect meter down a bit for Greg Byrne.

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Should have learned this in elementary.

 

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How do you live in the South and not know a Copperhead? Even by looking at his color you should know.

I had one strike at me after walking up on him last week. I was wearing flip flops walking the dog and he blended in the the asphalt pretty well surprisingly. About an inch away from getting popped, and I never saw him until I was about to put my foot down from a step.
 

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Killed a copperhead in the pool skimmer this week.
 

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As far as I know, don't get copperheads in the pacific northwest...where Greg spent his childhood. Shit, I have yet to see a snake on my property...but seen all kinda other animals.

This was from a few weekends ago.

 

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That's kind of what I was thinking. Several years back I went to an early season elk hunt in Colorado. In planning my trip, that was one of the things I researched was venomous snakes indigenous to the area. Something I learned is, on average, snakes are typically not found above 5000 feet. Not to say they can't be found at higher elevations, but typically they stay below the 5000' mark.
 

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Copperhead
Extremely poisonous
Dont think AD is a southern boy
 

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Yep. But snakes are generally not aggressive

Even close They will defend them selves
Mostly dangerous when shedding their skins. Spring and late summer. Cant see

None of this applies to cotton mouth. In swamps. They are agressive
 

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