A juvenile cottonmouth snake peers out of a murky gravel road puddle along the Concho Billie trail of the Big Cypress National Preserve on Monday, June 27, 2011, in rural Collier County. The National Park Service has reopened most trails and campgrounds in the preserve that were closed during a 10,000-acre brush fire that has burned since June 12. David Albers/Staff

Photo by DAVID ALBERS

A juvenile cottonmouth snake peers out of a murky gravel road puddle along the Concho Billie trail of the Big Cypress National Preserve on Monday, June 27, 2011, in rural Collier County. The National Park Service has reopened most trails and campgrounds in the preserve that were closed during a 10,000-acre brush fire that has burned since June 12. David Albers/Staff

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