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Doing a evaluation of a properties crawl space and stumbled upon this near the rear foundational wall. I guarantee that this is the last thing that you want to see under your house! Have you figured it out? Yeah it's "SNAKE SKIN" The minute that I saw this that was it!! Not a big fan of snakes. Any ones else have any interesting crawl space stories?

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  • LandlightS
    on Feb 7, 2012

    That reminds me of a dehydrated squirrel body I found in an attic some years ago. I was reaching for a telephone line under the seething by the furnace and came up with the squirrel.

  • Spiders and snakes are standard hazards for home repair in Atlanta...we've seen tons of snakes. I was doing an estimate on an office crawlspace off mountain industrial and had crawled about 100' through the 2' crawlspace when I heard a snake but couldn't see it. I had a headlamp on and all I could do was work my way out backwards.

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