K.M. Rice | Young Gopher Snake

K.M. Rice is a writer talking about her works and how to make a good story of your own.
Episode Title: Young Gopher Snake Episode Content: A young gopher snake warming on the metal of the tracks. Watch the way it tastes the air when I come closer. The tongue is the snake's primary sensory organ. Gopher snakes are often confused for rattlesnakes but if you look carefully, you will see that there are no diamonds on its back, there is no rattle, and the pupils are round instead of slits. Gopher snakes are a wonderful way to, as their name suggests, keep down pest levels!

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