Prairie Remnants    Snakes - Bullsnake Eggs
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May 1998 - A clutch of leathery egg shells that had been buried in the remains of an old stump the season before. They are approximately 1.25 inches long. Some are split lengthwise as if a snakelet had emerged, while others have 2-3 puncture holes as the result of a racoon or oppossum.
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