Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Snake appears to sport sunglasses and a moustache

A snake spotted in north Texas appears to look like it's wearing a pair of sunglasses and sport a moustache.

The unique scale pattern belongs to a Western rat snake, a nonvenomous species of snake found throughout North America.

The pictures, which were given to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department by Karlie Gray, were posted on the agency's Twitter account.

The rodent-eating reptile is also known as the black rat snake and pilot black snake.

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