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Thursday, October 21, 2010

SLOW WORM SAGA

Over on the Herpnet email newsgroup Tibor Sos writes: 'I am sending here a picture with a dead Anguis and some small mammal parts. I want some ideas from you about this situation: could be the mammal be part of diet of this Anguis or it is just a coincidence to be there, together. Only information about this situation is what you can see in this picture.'

Personally I haven't a clue. Any ideas


1 comment:

Lars Thomas said...

The damages on the slowworm looks very bird of prey like to me, so I would suggest a bird having a feast - being disturbed, leaving the slowworm before having had much time to eat any of it, regurgitating a mouse, and then leaving the crime scene.
(sunglasses on - exit to the left).

Lars Thomas