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Snake falls from sky & lands near dog walker

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A snake fell from the sky and landed near a man who was walking his dogs.

Chris Tredwell said he was shocked to see the reptile drop from a crow's beak while he was out with his dogs in Hartsholme Country Park, in Lincoln.

He said he initially mistook it for a "yard-long" rope before seeing it fall and land "within 12 inches" of him on 8 June.

Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust said grass snakes are common and "crows will eat anything they can get hold of".

Mr Tredwell said: "I realised from its markings that it wasn't an adder. It was a grass snake, so it wasn't going to hurt me."

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-lincolnshire-53091159

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third_eye

Get ready for... Snakes from Space 

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OverSword
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I had that happen to me with a baby bird.  Splatted on the ground right next to me and then a crow came and picked it up and looked at me like it was saying "That was pretty cool, right?  I did that because I'm a bad ass"

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openozy

I would be surprised if the crow meant to throw the snake at someome as a prank,they are extremely intelligent.You have to watch Black cockatoo's over here,they will drop pinecones on you as you walk past,I think to deter you..

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third_eye

Black cockatoos Matters 

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