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The large, constricting black pine snake prefers to lounge in open pinelands and scrounge around for a meal of mice, rats, squirrels, birds or eggs.
PATRICK FARRELL email@example.com The pineland twinflower or snakeherb, is fairly common in pine rocklands but rarely grow in other places.
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