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Texas snake stands out with unique markings

(Source: Karlie Gray/Texas Parks and Wildlife) (Source: Karlie Gray/Texas Parks and Wildlife)
(Source: Karlie Gray/Texas Parks and Wildlife) (Source: Karlie Gray/Texas Parks and Wildlife)
TEXAS (KXXV) -

A Texas snake put on its best face for the camera and is gaining internet fame for its unique markings.

The Texas Parks and Wildlife shared a post to their Facebook account and people have been pointing out the western rat snake’s distinct mustache and sunglasses. 

The woman who found the hip snake, Karlie Gray, said that she had found it in the same area twice in the same week.

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