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Slithering Snake Startles Swimmers At MN Park

June 14, 2012, 4:48 PM by Perry Groten

Slithering Snake Startles Swimmers At MN Park
LUVERNE, MN -

You don't need sunscreen when you can shed your skin while enjoying a day at the beach.

Swimmers at Blue Mounds State Park in Luverne, Minnesota, were surprised to see a four-foot long snake slithering in the grass not far from the beach.

The park staff identified the roving reptile as a fox snake, which are very common to the area. 

No need to worry, the snakes are harmless.  Like everyone else, they're looking for a cool place to hang out on a hot day.

Click on the attached video for a closer look at the snake.

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