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Snake Photos

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We come across snakes in a variety of places, in our yards and gardens, on hikes, and elsewhere. Taking a photo is a typical response to the encounter so that we can identify them later. This is a guide about snake photos.


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These venomous pit vipers are found mostly in the Eastern US in deciduous woodlands and mixed forests. This guide contains copperhead snake information and photos.

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This is a guide about kingsnake information and photos. The king snake is a nonvenomous snake that is opportunistic in its diet, eating other snakes including venomous ones, lizards, rodents, birds, and eggs.

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Mama duck was sitting on her eggs, then I saw a snake had eaten 3 of her eggs and had one still in his mouth.

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