Opheodrys aestivus

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Photograph by Nicholas Plummer.

Photography contest, Honorable Mention.

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Opheodrys aestivus – rough green snake.

11 Comments

Cute!

Ooh - a serpent! That should get all the fundagelicals excited!

Question for any lurking baraminologist or other fundamentalist:

Are ALL snakes rapidly-evolved descendants of that one once-legged Serpent in the Garden, or are there different “kinds” of snakes?

Whichever way you answer (if you do), upon what did you base that answer?

That is a great picture!

Byers,

Anything to babble?

Just Bob said: Question for any lurking baraminologist or other fundamentalist:

Are there still talking snakes?

Paul Burnett said:

Just Bob said: Question for any lurking baraminologist or other fundamentalist:

Are there still talking snakes?

Yes. These days we call them politicians.

Byers,

Anything to babble?

Please do not encourage the Byers troll. Its comments are often so silly and grammatically awkward that I am still not convinced that it is for real, but it nevertheless stimulates a rebuttal reflex and ends up contaminating a lot of threads.

Please do not encourage the Byers troll.

Speak the devil’s name.…and he hasn’t yet appeared.

Paul Burnett said:

Just Bob said: Question for any lurking baraminologist or other fundamentalist:

Are there still talking snakes?

How about a talking lizard trying to sell auto insurance?

Henry J said:

Paul Burnett said:

Just Bob said: Question for any lurking baraminologist or other fundamentalist:

Are there still talking snakes?

How about a talking lizard trying to sell auto insurance?

More evidence for him than for that talking serpent.

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