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title=” (Source: Christine Proffitt through WBTV/CNN) “border=” 0″ width =” 180 “/ > (Source: Christine Proffitt by means of WBTV/CNN). CHARLOTTE, N.C.– One snake is frightening enough. So, imagine coming across a huge ball of snakes mating on your early morning jog.
Instead of running the other way, a North Carolina female decided to stop and take images of the wriggling serpents she came across on a strolling path in Charlotte.
Speaking to WBTV, Christine Proffitt told the news station this isn’t really the first time she’s ran into a snake, or 2, on the path.” I tend to see a minimum of one to 5 snakes every morning,” she stated.” I get there early, however I got a late start today and it got a little warmer and they were all out there sunbathing in a little ball, a huge ball. “Sunbathing? Not a lot. David Crowe, owner of Critter Control, informed WBTV there’s a pretty good opportunity those snakes were breeding. “Snakes are coming out of hibernation and they’re beginning to mate so they’re sunning in really obvious places,” said Crowe.
Experts say based on the images, the snakes appear to be Brown Watersnakes and Northern Watersnakes, which are non-venomous.