I haven’t yet driven MG-223 that leaves Tupaciguara in the direction of Araguari at night without seeing a snake crossing the road. Here’s the most recent one I spotted, which I assume is a young rattlesnake. It’s small, maybe 6 inches or so, and it looks like it has a button at the end of its tail.
My real dilemma when I spot one is whether or not to stop and risk getting hit by another vehicle. At any rate, I’m definitely in a hurry to get a photo and get back up to speed.
Subjects: Reptiles and Snakes.
Places: Brazil, Minas Gerais, South America, and Tupaciguara.
Life Stages: Immature.
Taxa: Class Reptilia, Order Squamata, and Suborder Serpentes.
Colors: Black, Brown, and Tan.