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Now, I'm no radical environmentalist tree-hugging nut however, I've been blessed with some good Ole sense.  So I say, having snakes around is a good thing.  I that some of you are scared to death of them.  Just give them a distance and leave them alone, they'll probably just slither away and eat a rat or something. You may not to hear this however, all snakes are beneficial.  "No way" say....
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This site is an information site that will assist you in identifying the snakes that occur in Arizona. This is a continuous project and I do not have pictures of every snake in Arizona as of right now. Keep checking back as I am always adding pictures. If you need assistance in identifying a snake that you have seen in Arizona please e-mail me. Obviously a picture will help. If you have...
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Website created to assist in the identification of snakes in North Texas. North TX snakes can be difficult to ID. This website can help with the identification of snakes of North TX like Cottonmouth, water moccasin, rat snake, TX ratsnake, Watersnake. Identifying a snake you just saw can be a...
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Everything You Need To Know About Snakes,Care To,Tips,And Much More. Snakes both large and small incite fear into the minds and hearts of mankind. And while some snakes are totally harmless, easy-going creatures, there are large, intimidating snakes—which makes it pretty easy to see why man is...
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First you have to buy all the supplies necessary to properly house a snake. Next you have to buy the snake itself. Finally you need to be prepared to continually invest in the animal. Food, bedding, electric to keep the heat and humidity right, vet bills, and all the rest of it. If your kid isn’t...
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Long portrayed in myth and media as villains, snakes have a largely undeserved reputation as malevolent creatures. Snakes are threatened by many of the same issues that affect all wildlife (e.g., habitat loss, climate change, disease), but negative attitudes toward snakes impede conservation efforts, which require public support. Long portrayed in myth and media as villains, snakes have a...
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Many interesting snake facts on snakes like the Cobra and the Anaconda. When in danger, some snakes will pretend to play dead by lying on its back with its tongue sticking out. Even some venomous snakes are known to play dead. Snakes are a symbol of healing. People once thought that snakes could live forever and become young again every time they shed their skin. The heaviest snake in the world...
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All you ever needed to know about Copperhead snakes. Injuries from a Copperhead bite on a finger. About 5,000 to 8,000 snakebites are reported in the United States annually out of an estimated 55,000 that occur with a large proportion of these attributed to Copperhead snakes. As Copperheads coloration and patterning is very effective for camouflage in dead leaves on the forest floor. Copperhead...
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For the field collector, properly containing and handling a snake, without injury to the snake or collector, is determined by the species of snake, location and equipment. For the novice or photographer, knowing the difference between a venomous and non-venomous snake determines approach, distance (a zoom comes in real handy with a 5' Western Diamondback Rattlesnake) if a second person is...
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I don’t know if I’d call myself a snake lover or snake nut anymore. At one time, yes, I definitely was. I still enjoy finding them, shooting some video and photos of them and letting them go. I don’t keep any snakes. I’m not a snake nut like some guys I know (Tom, Rupert, David, you know who you are!). I’m a lover of nature for sure. I really enjoy interacting with all sorts of wildlife here in...
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Habitat, feeding, anatomy, reproduction, venom, toxicity and all facts about Snakes. Facts about species like black mamba, cobra, rattlesnake, python and. With more then 3,000 species of snakes in the world there is plenty to learn about them. Even though they all have many unique characteristics about them, there are quite a few similarities. Those are what lumps them all into the same type of...
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Snake Removal Options - Traps, Trapping, Repellent, Hire a Pest Pro. I was searching online for help in identifying the snakes we are finding in our garage and mulch beds and possibly professional removal and came across your site. I recently moved into a new construction home two months ago and already have had about 6 encounters with these snakes. I believe possibly three encounters may have...
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Dangerous yet often beautiful, venomous snakes inspire both fear and fascination worldwide. Learn more about these elegant and potentially lethal creatures. Recently, a group of scientists from North Carolina (NCSU) found that female copperheads and cottonmouth snakes are capable of reproducing asexually. That is, no male is needed for fertilizing an egg. From a litter of copperhead they found...
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Florida is home to numerous species of snakes. You can see them all here ... Snakes are legless reptiles closely related to lizards. The evolutionary history of snakes, and in particular the fossil record, is largely unknown as the historical record based on fossils is very poor due to the delicate nature of snake skeletons. Snakes are descendents of amphibians, who are in the same ancestral...
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I have narrowed down my collection to specialize in my favorite reptiles. I concentrate primarily on Green Tree Pythons, Ball Python Morphs, Western Hognose Morphs, several species of Locality Boas, Albino and Striped Clown Nelsoni. I enjoy the challenge of keeping and breeding these remarkable animals. There is great satisfaction and an excitement that comes when a new morph emerges from its...
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This snake deserves its reputation. Meet the Black Mamba, one of the most fearsome animals in the world. They will defend themselves very aggressively and they possess a virulent venom. A potentially terrifying combination. These snakes have my total respect. African species, not to be trifled with. Need very large (think room size) enclosures in captivity. True Vipers - These 'Old World'...
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Five Types Of Snakes Exist in North America All of the thousands of snakes in the world are broken down into eleven different families, or types of snakes. Five of these types of snakes make their home in North America. Slender Blind Snakes The first is the family leptotyphlopidae, otherwise known as slender blind snakes. These are the most primitive of all snakes. They have a pelvic girdle and...
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Boa Tips is your #1 resource for snake care advice regarding your pet snakes. We'll send you tips on snakes. You'll receive great tips on caring for snake, feeding your snake, breeding a snake, and many others. Also, subscribers will receive a members only link for download links to our videos so you can put them on your Ipod or other favorite video player (or you can just watch them on your...
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Coral snake, Eastern, Western, facts, habitat, information, photos, videos. Why is that not wise? Well, because snakes are everywhere, literally, even though we do not see them. In the United States, snakes can be found in every state, and they are extremely abundant in the warmer states. Across the globe, there are nearly 30, 000 species of snakes. There is simply no where to hide, all snakes...
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