I just happened to be in the right place at the right time. Usually, night-hunters, this savage bicycle-eating Blue Striped Anaconda Viper is dragging its prey back to its lair.
Approximating the size of this 26" wheeled bike, the Viper will not have to hunt for another 32 days. Daylight attacks are rare and I was very fortunate to get this shot.
I have submitted it to National Geographics, so if you don't hear from me for a while, it's because I'm on location somewhere.
“Contempt for flowers is an offense against God. The lovelier the flower, the greater the offence in despising it.
The tulip is the loveliest of all flowers. So whoever despised the tulip offends God immeasurably.”
― Alexandre Dumas