The Leucistic Texas Rat Snake


The Texas Rat Snake is a subspecies of the Rat Snake, a common snake found in the United States. This species, native to Texas, is separated as being different from the normal Rat Snake because of their unique variations in coloration.  The Texas Rat Snake can vary from olive-brown to albino; red and orange speckled to leucistic, a form of albinism. The Rat Snake can bite, but is not venomous, making them, especially the tan ones, a popular pet.


(via Blamo! Science)


And because that was a very short post, here’s a picture of a gigantic earthworm from Ecuador. You’re welcome.



(via The Soul is Bone)


Note: I will be gone for two weeks on vacation, so there will be a short break in my blogging. Have a good summer!




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