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Old 08-20-2013, 07:55 PM   #1
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Anybody know what kind of snake this is?
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Snakes of Colorado - Colorado Herping

Might be an immature bull snake---Just guessing from the ID guide link above----

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With its mouth open like that it is the kind that does not like its picture taken?
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venomous snakes have triangle heads. Can't tell from photo about this one, but he looks mean.
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venomous snakes have triangle heads. Can't tell from photo about this one, but he looks mean.
no offense, but that's wrong info.

most poisonous snakes, here in the states, have a triangular shaped head, as they're mostly pit vipers.

hog nosed snakes, totally harmless, do have a head shaped similarly to a pit viper, and the also fan out their necks like a cobra, which has caused many an untimely death for them.

a coral snake, venomous, doesnt have a triangle head. it's hard to miss one, but harmless milk snakes(?) look almost identical. i forget the old rhyme...red next to black a friend of jack, red next to yellow will kill a fellow?

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