Hoop Snake

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Area(s) Reported: North America
Date(s) Reported: Timeless

The "hoop snake" of the North American wilds isn't reported anymore, but was said to be a threat to unwary settlers and cowboys in the 1800's. The snake traveled fast by biting it's own tail to create a hoop, which allowed it to roll after it's prey... and, without a doubt, it was the possessor of the deadliest venom ever. EVER.

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