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I have no idea!!

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A Liberian trouser snake ;P

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Snake pit in back yard,under wood pile. How do I find snakes, and snake pit. And keep them away?


Hi Judy:
Don't know how your question got in the Cars and Trucks section, but had to reply anyway.
Can you give us a hint of your general location, and the kind of snakes you are dealing with?
If the snakes are not presenting a hazard to people they actually may be beneficial by eating rodents or other pests.
My suggestion would be to contact the local Government Conservation Officer for appropriate information.
Please reply as a comment to this post to let us know how it is resolved.
Cheers.

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I want to know if there poisionus and what kind of snake is it


treat all snakes as poisonous and you will be all right
however with out a description or a photo why would you expect any body to know about your snake

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Picture of water snake any kind thank you


Google water snake pictures. When the search page opens, select images. Lots of nice pictures, which you can save if you wish.
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