Coachwhip in Coastal Plain of Georgia in 2013; Sorry for the jumpiness of the video, but I am turned at an awkward angle holding the camera. I was trying not to move to keep from scaring the snake. I thought it worth posting in spite of the jumpiness because the coachwhip is moving leisurely away, which I have rarely seen. Notice the pattern seen on the coachwhip in the video, this pattern was not visible to the naked eye.
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Video Citation:(?) 2017. coachwhip Coluber flagellum. Karan A. Rawlins, University of Georgia. Distributed by Bugwood.org