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Now there was a bird (or mouse) that knew how to protect the nest from snakes---and it looks like a rattlesnake at that!

How big was the opening?

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Yikes! I wonder what happened to the 'residents' of that nest?


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Is that snake listed and approved for that location?

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I've heard of fishing cables-but snaking cables?

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Hi,
That is a copper head!..Get it?

No really..they are all over the south.

Nothin like fried snake!

-regards

Greg

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I bet his heart skipped a beat seeing that,

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I see the load side lugs are empty, but before this was discovered was there a meter in place? If so, it might be the heat from the potential coil that attracted the snake, but looks like it got more heat than it bargained for [Linked Image]
(edited because I can't type)

[This message has been edited by chipmunk (edited 05-08-2005).]

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I want to know the insulation type. I bet it's suitable for wet locations.


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