Can you spot the creature in this photo?
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Does it have a yellow face?
The lower half is yellow.
Yes! It looks very small and harmless! But is it poisonous?
It has venom, but it would be more annoying than anything for a human. However, if you are a rodent or other small prey you would be in serious trouble.
Yes. Small snake in the leaves. It almost looks like its floating in air.
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
Yes it does…it must have incredible strength.
Yeeeeesssssss. And thanks for the shudder. 🙂 They are not my favorite kind of animal.
I’m not a huge fan either!
I spy him too!
I didn’t, but I’m glad my guide pointed him out to us.
Coming towards your camera… Oh my God! If I were you there, probably with a panic I throw away my camera and scream!!!!!!! It doesn’t make difference small or big… Thanks and Love, nia
I didn’t react like this to this one. I spied another snake that caused me to run the other way though. I’m terrified of snakes.
I like these kind of photos.
Lol I need to show this pic to my mom, she is scared of snakes 😉 Awesome shot as always 🙂 How are you feeling today?
I’m with your mom, I don’t like snakes, but I can still admire them. I’m feeling a little better. I’m hoping to kick the cold completely so I can enjoy the weekend. Thanks for asking…you are so kind!
i was like… OH! OH OH! i see it! i see it! (in my brain of course)
i picked up my dog and was like “trixie! look! there’s a snake thingy”
then i realized she was a dog… haha
I hope Trixie liked it. I talk to my dog and cat as well. Your secret is safe with me.
my dog actually scratched my screen. haha
Oh, I ssssssssssseeee him!!!!! 🙂
🙂 You got into the spirit of it!
Awww, he’s cute – well, that is, as long as I can see where he is and he’s not crawling on me!!!
I’m with you, cute from afar!
He may be cute but as he is in central America I suspect the one day he will be trouble!
I hope he and his progeny survives!
Oh he’s so small…:)
Yes! I was amazed when the guide pointed him out. There were so many tree branches around us and Joel, our guide, was still able to spy him.
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Thank you so much for the award! That is very kind of you.
Oh WOW…what a great shot…he is cute…but snakes. I grew up in Australia so snakes are to be avoided at all costs
When I lived in Colorado I was haunted by snakes. They would get into my house, my cat loved to bring me snakes, and when I went hiking I would run into them. I’ve had my fill of snakes. I’m not a fan!
Is that a snake??? yayks!
Even if he’s cute, still scares me. 😀
You aren’t alone…they scare me too!
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What a sneaky devil!