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Red and Yellow Kills a Fellow? Your Identification Guide to Tri-color snakes.
Posted on September 3, 2010 by snake Buddies
Only 4 families of venomous snakes exist in the United States. These are the rattlesnakes, Copperheads, Water Moccasins (Cotton Mouths), and the Coral snakes. For the purpose of this article, we will concentrate on Coral Snakes and some of their … Continue reading →
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