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Snakes alive!

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SNAKES have always had a bad image. In mythology, they have been symbols of evil and in films they have represented the ultimate menace, likely to be shot or pulverised as they are about to strike.

Now that many of them are protected, their future looks brighter.

I have met many snakes in my life – some with two legs, others with none. My first encounter with the slithering variety was in Glenhurich, the Glen of the Yew Trees, between Loch Sunart and Loch Shiel.

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