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This man's photography (Guido Mocafico) might just be some of the best out there right now.

Snakes shed their skin, grow another layer and then repeat the process.

photography by Guido Mocafico

sssssssssssnake issss the color I want to paint my kitchen tall cabinet against lilac walls ??? we'll see

Amazing photography I think the photographer waiting hours and hours for this shot.

Illustrations from 'Erpétologie Générale, Histoire Naturelle Complète des Reptiles' by AMC Duméril & G Bibron, 1854

The eye don't lie?! The smooth green snake (Opheodrys vernalis) is a nonvenomous North American colubrid. It is also referred to as the grass snake. (6/2/2013) Reptiles: Snakes (CTS)

flowerling: Snake All Rights Reserved by Ben Peasley Photography A.K.A Spotty Photo on Flickr.

"White-Lipped Tree Viper in its blue phase." Wow, it's a very gorgeous phase.

Green snake skin coils. What a great inspiration for lampwork beads! MonaRaeBeads.etsy...