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Snakes

Turtles

 


Animals: Reptiles & Amphibians


The Snake

One out of 4 baby snakes found in crawl space in Cumming snake removal from Roswell ga Black rat snake caught in Dawsonville ga
One out of 4 baby snakes found in crawl space in Cumming
snake removal from Roswell ga
Black rat snake caught in Dawsonville ga
Copperhead being untangled in Dawsonville Georgia brown snake Snapping turtle removal from koi fish pond in Adairsville Ga.
Copperhead being untangled in Dawsonville
Georgia brown snake
Snapping turtle removal from koi fish pond in Adairsville Ga.

 

 

Facts:

Activity:
Daytime

Damage:
Some are poisonous

Inhabits:
Attics, basements, crawlspaces, brush piles, rock piles

Cycle:
Warm months

Noises:
None

 

Elongated, limbless reptiles. Most live on the ground, but some are burrowers. Also it is not uncommon to find them in attics as well as basements and crawl spaces. Some snakes are also aquatic, one group exclusively marine (Water Moccasin). In temperate climates they hibernate. They are mainly solitary in their habits, although they may congregate in places offering food (rats & other rodents) or shelter, and large numbers may hibernate together. Wild snakes in Georgia range in length from 4 inches to over 15 feet.

 


 

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