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    Posted: 16 Jun 2015 at 9:33am
Does any one remember the days when grass snakes were adders
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I thought they still were according to the Press and 80% of people. And most of the other adders are slow-worms!

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It.gets worse.Chris.Sloworms are reported as smooth snakes in some areas Keith

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Ah yes, Keith. I once had a chap who reported such and was vehement to the point of rudeness that he knew what he was talking about, even without correcting him. I never bothered doing so as it was apparent that whatever anyone said he was right and the rest of the world was wrong!

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