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Snake ID
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Cindi    Posted 06-30-2003 at 15:16:11       [Reply]  [No Email]
Jake says this was a young copperhead...anybody know?

Mudcat49    Posted 07-01-2003 at 04:03:19       [Reply]  [No Email]
Cindi, no Copperheads this far south in Florida, I couldn't git the photo to come up, but I know there are no copperheads down here.

Clay    Posted 06-30-2003 at 18:23:02       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Dear Cindi,We have some very bad snakes down here in Georgia but we don't have any invisible snakes like you have wherever you are at.My advise to you is get someone to bring you a large dump truck load of mothballs and spread them all around your land with a rock rake.Snakes hate mothballs and your invisable snakes should go away.If after all that you get snakebit you need to call uhaul,get a truck and move way up north where it is really cold.There are no poisonous snakes up there because the venom in them freezes in the winter and they crack open like a frozen water pipe and die

from all of us    Posted 06-30-2003 at 18:36:14       [Reply]  [No Email]
Thanks Clay, we needed a good laugh!!!!!!

Ron,Ar    Posted 06-30-2003 at 16:47:56       [Reply]  [No Email]
nope, page not found

Lenore    Posted 06-30-2003 at 16:30:39       [Reply]  [No Email]
I do not see a snake.
I think that link is not working?
Try again, maybe.

Cindi    Posted 06-30-2003 at 17:37:12       [Reply]  [No Email]
Try this...first shot on page 2...maybe.

I'm gonna be really ticked if I brought the carcass of this snake in the house and scanned it only to have the danged photo service be down.

Red Dave    Posted 06-30-2003 at 17:44:36       [Reply]  [No Email]
Cindi, I see pics, but no snake and no link to a page 2. Unless I'm missing somthing.

Maggie/TX...Cindi    Posted 06-30-2003 at 20:05:12       [Reply]  [No Email]
MR snakes. MR knot. OSAR. CM BD eyes?

Anyway, try going to and they have a page on identifying snakes. If you've got enough of the head left, look to see if it looks like a pit viper and does it have fangs or teeth. The head of poisonous snakes usually has a depression on top of it's head, right behind the eyes.

When it doubt, I think they are all King Cobras and Moccassins and I figure if the snake wanted a chance, he should'a gone somewhere else. :)

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