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Lost World, The (Michael Crichton) - How Did the Snake Turn Into a Rat?
If you read the chapter interior on two pages then you will find that there is a mistake. When Eddie bends over Levine's backpack, a large rat jumps out of it and he says, 'Jesus!'. A bit further down the page Eddie says, 'What kind of snake do you think that was?' What I would like to know is where the snake came from? Can any-one explain this to me?
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the book, page 138-139
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JerryLee writes:
The fourth paragraph, last sentence says. "A bright-green snake slithered quickly away as they approached."
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Peabody writes:
They are actually discussing, of all things, a snake. Before they saw a rat, the author notes a bright green snake quickly crawling away as they approached. Rat, snake.... Big difference...
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Kimblee writes:
Yet a ratsnake is a quite nice little snake. Very sorry, that just came out. I would add more, but ym copy of that book is in storage.
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