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If a snake gets in your basement, will it go back out or get into your house?

By Barbara from VA


Snakes in House

The snake is looking for food. Depending on the size and species of snake this may be insects or mice. When the food is gone, the snake will leave. Mice will leave if they smell the snake. Either way you win. (08/24/2010)


By Chloelizabeth

Snakes in House

I don't know how you will get them out. But when you do, throw lime in your basement. Snakes don't like to cross it as it burns their belly. When I was young, lime was used for this purpose. (09/09/2010)

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