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I dropped it again pretty quick though!
 
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I had a tenant who was from Canberra Australia. While gathering sticks as a teenager, he inadvertently grabbed an eastern brown snake, about the worst thing available there. He quickly got rid of it and is far more cautious now.
 
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I did the same thing with a bit of pipe here in France:-)
A grass snake as it turned out
I have been bitten and spent two weeks in hospital in the UK after been bitten by an adder but I knew what I was picking up ( and saving from some stupid boys )

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