What to do with a dead owl?

To: Wendy <>
Subject: What to do with a dead owl?
From: Denise Goodfellow <>
Date: Fri, 25 Jun 2010 15:23:40 +0930
Hog-nosed Snakes are three genera of colubrid that flip over on their back
and play dead when they feel they're being threatened.  They have a cute
little upturned snout that they use for burrowing.

on 25/6/10 2:54 PM, Wendy at  wrote:

> Don't keep us in suspense Denise!!
> What do they do??
> Hide in mud wallows or bushes with their 'Hog-noses' sticking out and
> attract inquisitive pigs, to eat??
>> I enjoyed the joke too.  The idea of an owl feigning death to lure a
> raptor
>> made me smile.  Reminds me of one of the creatures I really wanted to see
> in
>> the US - a "hog-nosed snake" !
>> Peter, thank you for sharing with us.
>> Denise


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