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The White Worm of Wharncliffe
© cragtyke, Feb 2019
Route: The Crack of Delight (M)
Camera used: MOBIWIRE KWANITA
Date taken: 17th February 2019
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I don't know what it is, but it put me off my jamming!
cragtyke - 17/Feb/19Report
Fascinating, looks like an adder or perhaps a grass snake which has spent its life underground or perhaps an albino. It’s had a good meal recently though!
Al Todd - 18/Feb/19Report
Grass snake I reckon as its eye has a circular pupil. Adder's pupil is a vertical slit. Colouring is unusual though for either.
Neil Henson - 18/Feb/19Report
Probably, the more likely explanation is that it's an escaped pet unfortunately! wild albino snakes are so incredibly rare, I really doubt you'd get one that sort of size.
Robbie Blease - 19/Feb/19Report
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