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Now that I have got a better look at the brown snake with the white belly it has small black dots inside of small diamond shapes instead of rings from head to tail . so is this poison??

It is not exactly shinny but it is not dull in color either.

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Contact you local vet for a proper identification of the snake
many breeders have being breeding exotic varieties for different markets so you will need to have it properly identified to be safe

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