Obama Viper: The "Proverbial Snake in the Grass": found in Florida

Not in our back yard?
Found on a Florida Golf Course
St. Johns County Sheriff, St. Augustine , Florida
This is why you shouldn't go looking for the golf balls
hit 'Out of Bounds' in Florida !!!


This is a 15 foot Eastern Diamondback rattlesnake - in fact, the largest ever caught on record.

This snake was found Near the St. Augustine outlet, in a new KB homes subdivision just south of Jacksonville FL.

A little research revealed the following:

One bite from a snake of this size would contain enough venom to kill over 40 full grown men.

The head of this snake alone is larger than the hand of a normal sized man.

A bite from those fangs would be comparable to being stabbed by two curved, 1/4 inch diameter screwdrivers.

The knife being used to draw out the fangs for the bottom picture has a blade around 6 inches long.

This snake is estimated to have weighed over 170 pounds (How much do you weigh?)

Notice the girth of this snake as compared to the cop's leg in the first picture
(and he is not a small man).

A snake of this size could easily swallow a 2 year-old child (and dogs, pigs, etc).

A snake this size has an approximately 5 1/2 foot accurate striking distance.
(The distance for an average size rattlesnake is about 2 feet.)

This snake has probably been alive since Bill Clinton was President.

This snake because of it's genetic size differences and deadly venom has been designated as a new sub-species and given the name of the
"Proverbial Snake in the Grass": The Obama Viper

   Now just ask yourself these questions:

What has this snake been feeding on and where are its offspring

Could it's offspring be hiding in the White House?
Could it be coming to a neighborhood near you?

To Learn More: Watch for the Venom coming out of the White House in the Coming Months!

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