blacksnake

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blacksnake

/black·snake/ (-snāk)
1. Pseudechis porphyriacus, a large venomous semiaquatic Australian snake whose body is black on top and red underneath.
2. Coluber constrictor, a nonvenomous snake found in North America.
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Black racers were the most common of the 19 snakes caught in the blankets used in the Carolina bay restoration project.
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As the first black racer, colour was always going to be an issue.
Amazing pace and consistency - combined with the novelty of being the sport's first black racer - have made McLaren's rookie a media darling and marketing juggernaut.
He is the sport's first black racer and already there is an echo of golf superstar Tiger Woods about his professionalism and fearsome bravery.
Hamilton, 22, the sport's first black racer, was driving the new car for only the second day when he lost control in a cross wind.
Snakes, such as rat snakes, king snakes, pine snakes, black racers, and coach whips, eat numerous rodents and are important in controlling rodent populations.
There are any number of capable black racers out here trying to break in or survive at all levels of the sport.