They look like baby Massachusetts Anaconda's. Try some milk with them. Yum YumThe only rain we had I over the last week was a drizzle yesterday. That article doesn’t explain them dying in the driveway and street with their guts hanging out.
Picked up another 60-70 live ones in the driveway this morning. When I put them in this container, they got slimy and died. Weird.
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Having just completed my 2-yearly electrical refresher course today....a thought comes to mind.I noticed several dead ones on the driveway over the weekend and when I went out to get my mail today, there are now hundreds of them. I know that they will come out when there's a lot of rain, but today's rain was only drizzle & it's the first rain we've had in a week. I went out with my backpack blower and blew them out in the street before they dry up tomorrow and stick to the blacktop. I commented about them to a lady walking her dog and she said that they are all over the street. Anyone else ever seen anything like this? It's a wormageddon!!!!
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Most of them have their guts hanging out of them like this one.....
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