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    First one was on Dogwood Mountain cam. Definite hit.

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    Those are great shots!!!

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    This was one on Hidden Pond cam. Appears to be a miss.

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    This shot should have been the first one before the strike.

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    • CommentAuthorBEVERLY
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    Great pictures.  Thanks for sharing them with us.

    • CommentAuthorfootball
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    awesome pictures, look how much of a strike range Warrior has !!!!! he missed but the above pictures of DM monty jr. the fangs look close but since i cannot enlarge this picture from this form i cant tell for certain LOL

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    fuzzy used trunbk of tree as launch pad and went airborne up to the the right and was able to barely avoid the fangs where as the fuzzy was off center on the feeder to have a good launch but even then that DM fuzzy with not much time or launch pad made a great possible escape, I continue to be amazed of the agility of these fuzzys they are the true tree rat ninja.

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    I will always for ever be 50/50 about if the DM monty Jr. hit the fuzzy with his fangs, the above pictures up above do not prove anything to me, I think a slow motion youtube video like Monty's miss on the stump will tell me, since on the video if extra slow like Monty's video miss on the stump I'll be able to judge the fuzzys reaction and placement of fangs. The above pictures above even though are awesome pictures in it's form on this page does not prove connection, i've blown up the picture in my photoshop but too blurry to tell, yes it can look like a fang to fuzzy connection in one of the pictures. Even the regular video now on youtube hurts me even more since if the fuzzy was contacted by a fang would have dropped in mid-air more but the fuzzy continues his side ways exit movement. I know for a fact if I saw the slow motion video IMHO slowewd down as slow as Monty's missed stump video on youtube I would know for sure. The snake tracking afterwards is great news but not solid evidence the fang could have glanced the fuzzy without injecting venom. Only a slow motion video on youtube will do it for me, I'm still 50/50.

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    Slow motion edition of the Dogwood Mountain snake strike has been uploaded to our Youtube channel www.youtube.com/useewildlife or you can go directly to the clip at - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-L3ha26850

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    • CommentTimeJul 9th 2010
     

    A clip of 4 strikes from a single Timber Rattlesnake within 2 hours yesterday (July 8th) has been uploaded to our Youtube channel. There is also a funny squirrel acrobatic stunt. You can get to it directly at  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3r_uJuiP6Vk
    or you can go to www.youtube.com/useewildlife and sort the thumbnails on the right side by date to see all of our clips.