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This snake was seen near Ft Davis in west Texas. It is not a rattler, and I don't think it was venomous. Can someone tell me what it is?

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You could call fish and game dept or local sheriff's department .it looks big enough to eat cat's and small dogs tho

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Looks like a bull snake, the can mimic a rattlesnake sound. Not poisonous but can deliver a nasty bite if you don't leave them alone.

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It can become a very poisonous venom that can injure someone on impact

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What kind of snake is this? It was seen near Ft Davis in west Texas.


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What would happen if someone mixed all the venom from the most poisonous snakes in the world?


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