I had reports from farmers that they had seen baby snakes and their mothers out together and I thought, this is crazy.
"Graham Alexander" is a former professional Association football/footballer. He is the manager of Fleetwood Town F.C./Fleetwood Town.
For most of his career, Coventry-born Alexander played as a specialist at Defender (association football)#Full-back/right back, but was also deployed in Midfielder#Defensive midfielder/defensive midfield,
[http://www.burnleyfootballclub.premiumtv.co.uk/page/LatestHeadlines/0,,10413~1102381,00.html Alexander The Seventh! / Burnley / News / Latest Headlines / Latest Headlines] as he did early on in his career with Scunthorpe United F.C./Scunthorpe. He is the fourth oldest player to score in Premier League history. He was also a penalty kick specialist. On 16 April 2011, in Burnley's win over Swansea City A.F.C./Swansea City in a Championship match, Alexander became only the second outfield player in English football history to have made 1,000 professional appearances, after Tony Ford (footballer born 1959)/Tony Ford. He is fifth on the list of footballers in England and Scotland by number of league appearances. He won the 2013/14 League 1 Playoffs as manager of Fleetwood Town.More Graham Alexander on Wikipedia.
When a human approaches the mother disappears down a hole, abandoning her young.
We don't have a measure of abundance or population density of a single snake in Africa. We need that information to make well-founded decisions about how threatened species are and we don't have it... it's a big conservation need.