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Photo#934696
VCU Rice Center

VCU Rice Center
VCU Rice Center, Charles City County, Virginia, USA
June 5, 2014
This snake (unknown ID) climbed all the way up the building

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The snake
Looks like a Black rat snake. I have them here, they can get over five feet.

 
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Your very Welcome
Just wish I could have went this year. Our winter had the school systems days all messed up and scheduled graduation for that week.
Maybe next year I can go if it is close to me again.

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