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HELLO; Heres an idea Ive used to get a rattler out of my engine compartment, get a spray bottle and fill with gas and turn the stream to a stream, gently spray the snake a little at a time and let it crawl out ,encourageing it a little every so often. GOOD LUCK....GREASY

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Do all poisonous snakes have round tails?


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If the snake has a rattle on its tail it is a rattlesnake, and therefore venomous. However, some non-venomous snakes do mimic the rattle by rattling their tails, but lack the rattle "buttons" that sound like little salt shakers. Look for the heat sensor. ... Coral snakes are not pit vipers, and lack this feature.

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How small are snakes when they are first born



It depends on the type of snake: https://www.pinterest.com/explore/baby-snakes/

At a minuscule 4 inches, the Barbados thread snake is the smallest. As a baby snake grows inside an egg, the egg grows. Some snakes are born from eggs, others have live birth, no egg. A young snake is known as a snakelet. A just hatched one can be called a hatchling.

Below are some active links that may interest you:

http://www.defenders.org/snakes/basic-facts

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https://www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/herpetology/collection/database

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Can Australian Eastern Brown Snakes Cross Breed/mate with the Red Bellied Black Snake.??


snake question in cars and trucks humm

I have not read about or seen one bred successfully

.though i wonder which anti venom you will use if a youngling you breed . bites you


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if one was found in the wild ... people would have recorded it


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Yes there was a snake in my front yard this morning about 3 feet long brown-strioed with a pointed head. What type of snake is it?


This is location specific.

Google the following

<my state> brown striped snake pointed head

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Do akes lay eggs or do they birth


Depends on the snake.

Not all snakes lay eggs--70% of them do, while the rest give live birth. Snakes that give birth to their young without laying eggs are called viviparous. These snakes live in colder climates, where eggs would not incubate as well. Snakes that lay eggs fall into two categories, oviparous and ovoviviparous. The eggs have a hard shell that protects them, and they are usually placed under leaf litter or loose soil, or within a hollow stump or burrow.

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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.

May 24, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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What snake id black with yellow strips


Might be an eastern ribbon snake or common ribbon snake

Eastern Ribbon Snake

or a Plains garter snake


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or maybe you can do a google search for a snake black with yellow strips¿

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How to identify a snake in georgia


When I lived in Georgia I watched my dog jump at a snake every morning for two or three days. I looked it up and "thought" it was a rat snake. But this snake was really vicious! Turns out, it was a poisonous copperhead snake! What I am saying is that snake identification charts are not that easy to read. However, I learned that snake behavior is important!
According to WikiHow: "Copperheads. These beauties have a similar body shape to cottonmouths but are much brighter, ranging from coppery brown to bright orange, silver-pink and peach.[2] The young have yellow tails as well.

Check out their head shape. Non-venomous snakes have a spoon-shaped rounded head and venomous snakes will have a more triangular head.
The fact that you describe the snake you saw as long might be a good sign as most of the poisonous snakes I saw in Georgia had fat bodies.

According to SRELherp.UGA: Brown snakes are small -- 6-13 in. (17-33 cm) -- snakes that are usually brown, but can be yellowish, reddish, or grayish-brown. They usually have two rows of dark spots, sometimes linked, along the back and a dark streak down the side of the head. The belly is light brown to white.

Maybe this will help you: http://www.oplin.org/snake/quick%20id/quickid.html

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Types of snakes with pictures


The eastern ribbon snake or common ribbon snake (Thamnophis sauritus sauritus) is a subspecies of ribbon snake found in the northeastern United States.
Some similar species are the western ribbon snake, common garter snake, Plains garter snake, and Butler's garter snake.[2]
The other subspecies are the northern (T. s. septentrionalis), Peninsula (T. s. sackenii), and bluestripe (T. s. nitae) ribbon snakes.
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