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Crash Dive

A snake surprised on the surface will sometimes "crash-dive", to reach the safety of the bottom vegetation. To gain negative buoyancy, he lets out the...
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A snake surprised on the surface will sometimes "crash-dive", to reach the safety of the bottom vegetation. To gain negative buoyancy, he lets out the air - same as submarines do.
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trainwoman October 12, 2015
Wonderful capture and interesting lesson on water snakes