The snake heard it, too, and slithered
up and down the branches of the tree every day, searching for the crows' nest.
We had a bit of fun watching the snake flashing its fangs before it slithered
down a hole in the embankment.
around defender Ezra Hendrickson, then lunged to get his head on a cross from Bobby Rhine, but his effort in front of the net went over the crossbar.
But the viper obviously got wind of their intentions and slithered
out of its carrying box and disappeared inside the Toyota Avensis.
Jackson groped the man, and slithered
all over his confined body until the gurney fell horizontal.
At several points during the production, he slithered
toward the audience, twitching, blinking, and contorting his arms and legs at outlandish angles.
With the help of one of their newest players, the Kings shed their old skin Monday and slithered
into the second round of the playoffs.
At one point the women paced in hip-jutting formation, as if they lived only to pivot on a fashion show runway, while the men slithered
in beneath them.
These and other reptile enthusiasts slithered
into the 18th annual Live Reptile and Amphibian Exhibit on Saturday at the North Hollywood Recreation Center to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the Van Nuys-based Southwest Herpetologists Society.
After Newbury Park tailback Ryan Shipton slipped and slithered
for a season-high 150 yards rushing, quarterback Nick Czernek took them down a familiar high road in the home stretch to deliver a 43-42 comeback win over Buena.
Verbeck, a Camarillo mother of three, had six children playing in her back yard last week when what she said was a 6-foot-long gopher snake slithered
through the yard.
Johnson's troubles started during an August 1997 heat wave, when his 7-1/2-foot boa slithered
into a neighbor's back yard and swallowed a 2-pound teacup Chihuahua named Babette.
In August, Alissss escaped, slithered
across the neighborhood and ate Flossie ``Jackie'' Torgerson's 2-pound Chihuahua, Babette.
Scarfe's centerpiece was a mysterious pyramid that split in two and slithered
about the stage.
To Erik Wislinsky, the scaly back on the 13-foot-long albino Burmese python that slithered
across a Horizon Hills Parenting Center classroom Wednesday felt like something you can eat.