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Three nonvenomous green bush snakes rest cryptically entwined in the top of reeds in Kenya. (Yes, there are three; count the bodies.) Their ability to match the color and shape of the plant in which they hide shows why snakes are so hard to see in the wild.

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Three nonvenomous green bush snakes rest cryptically entwined in the top of reeds in Kenya. (Yes, there are three; count the bodies.) Their ability to match the color and shape of the plant in which they hide shows why snakes are so hard to see in the wild.

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