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Old 27th March 2017   #1
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Default I didn't bring a camera...

So sad... the funny thing was that I was on a work job out in a rural part of Georgia, and I had a break time, and I decided to go herping as all the reptiles had woken up the week before. ( I am pumped! ) Flipped the first log and their was a 7 inch P. glutinosus, one of the largest I have ever seen. Also found 3 dekay snakes, 10 other P glutinosus of various sizes, 4 five-lined skinks, and a redback salamander. And I am going like, Of all the days not to have a camera on me... ( In other words, I have no evidence that I actually did any of these things so make of that what you will..) Put it was a great temperature the whole day. Also might be going to my favorite creek later today to herp, so I will be bringing a camera this time.

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