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The Whitehurst Diaries: 'Copperhead' turns out not to be one



2016-05-20 - Pellyton, Adair County, KY - Photo by Sharon Whitehurst.
The first 'expert' identification was that Willis' prey, dutifully and lovingly placed on her doorstep was a particularly fractious and dangerous kind of snake. Though it turned out be more terrifying in its fractious mode, it was really an environmental friend, better than even Willis at send vermin on to rodent heaven. The photo is actually of hog-nosed snake. Fortunately for Jim Whitehurst, another rat dispatcher, a black snake, has appeared to replaced the late hog-nose fellow.

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