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Date: 12/13/21 14:01
Watch out your steps while walking near the tracks (Brazil)
Author: pedrop

I received this from a friend that works at EPM yard near here. A Sucuri snake (Anaconda) was found today near the tracks. Very dangerous to the switch men that work at night. The are usually found near calm water of rivers and lakes

 

Pedro Rezende
Vespasiano, MG

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Date: 12/13/21 15:19
Re: Watch out your steps while walking near the tracks (Brazil)
Author: jst3751

YIKES!



Date: 12/13/21 18:54
Re: Watch out your steps while walking near the tracks (Brazil)
Author: Ritzville

A BIG YIKES!! I'm not afraid of snakes, but those Anaconda's sure can get big and kill you.

Larry



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12/13/21 18:56 by Ritzville.



Date: 12/13/21 19:01
Re: Watch out your steps while walking near the tracks (Brazil)
Author: tomstp

.12 gauge shotgun should take care of that.



Date: 12/13/21 21:18
Re: Watch out your steps while walking near the tracks (Brazil)
Author: 4489

tomstp Wrote:
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> .12 gauge shotgun should take care of that.

Is it bothering anyone?  Just leave it be!



Date: 12/14/21 03:52
Re: Watch out your steps while walking near the tracks (Brazil)
Author: pedrop

Here in Brazil all wild animals are protected by law.

4489 Wrote:
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> tomstp Wrote:
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> > .12 gauge shotgun should take care of that.
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> Is it bothering anyone?  Just leave it be!

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Pedro Rezende
Vespasiano, MG
https://youtube.com/c/minasgeraisrailways1



Date: 12/14/21 16:42
Re: Watch out your steps while walking near the tracks (Brazil)
Author: DKay

I would come across several species when I was conducting field work back in my working days.Ours highly poisonous down here ,but you got used to seeing them around the rivers and irrigation ditches.Not sure I would like to get near yours at night Pedro.
Regards,DK
 



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