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    Default Indian rat snake

    NIKON D3100
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    FULL FRAME,IN MONIGRAM.

    Feeding on Red vented bulbul chick.
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    Nice close-up. Lovely round eyes. Natural predator of chicks as it could climb fast. Thanks for sharing.SaktiWild

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    Good eye contact abhirup....did u get any pics where the prey is visable
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    Thank you all for your comments.

    No sir unfortunately I was unable to get the serpent with the prey.

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    Good you could get some eye contact. Good details. Seems it was in a thick cover. Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice record. Seeing this as a sequence would have been great... was it possible to shoot from other angles?

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    Good to see this. Snakes often climb the trees in search of food and prey in the nest, tree boles etc. Your focus is right on the snake and hence the details have come out well. Wish you had even a hint of its prey and that would have been even better. Thanks for sharing.
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    @Abhishek Jamalabad, no sir, it was not possible take another angle.

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