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Anatomy of a photo (series) #50: Red-shouldered Hawk swallowing a snake head first

When a raptor eats a snake, or at least so my sources tell me, they often begin by positioning the snake so that they may eat it… head first. It makes sense really. The scales of a snake are designed … Continue reading

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