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Baby Hog -- Eastern Hog-nosed Snake (Heterodon platirhinos) latin dict size=11   common dict size=512
Image Info Original File Name: sp_Eastern Hognose Snake (Heterodon platirhinos).JPG Resolution: 1024x730 File Size: 289220 Bytes Date: 2006:09:08 12:19:05 Camera: NIKON D100 (NIKON CORPORATION) F number: f/5.7 Exposure: 10/400 sec Focal Length: 800/10 Upload Time: 2006:09:12 21:23:09
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Baby Hog -- Eastern Hog-nosed Snake (Heterodon platirhinos)

Eastern hognose snake hatching.

Most snakes will slit their leathery egg just enough to poke their head out,
depending on the species the hatchlings will spend 3 to 30 hours in this
half-in-half-out position. Usually the complete departure from the egg
happens during the cover of darkness.

Heterodon platirhinos, commonly known as the eastern hog-nosed snake, spreading adder or deaf adder, is a harmless colubrid species endemic to North America. Heterodon platirhinos is found from eastern-central Minnesota, and Wisconsin to southern Ontario, Canada and extreme southern New Hampshire, south to southern Florida and west to eastern Texas and western Kansas.

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