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[united pbess association.! . Wellington, August 10. The Horowhenua Times says that a death adder, 6ft long, was found by a settler m the district. It was sucking milk from one of his cows, and was kilted. The settler recently came from Victoria, and it is - supposed the snake found its way home with him m some straw packing. This is the third snake killed m the Island m the last few years.

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SNAKES IN NEW ZEALAND. Marlborough Express, Volume XXVIII, Issue 188, 10 August 1892

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