What species is a cottonmouth snake?

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Also, the inside of his mouth was pinkish. He showed it to me several times.

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The indigo snake is black or dark brown with a white belly. It is probably the largest native snake in North America living in the southern part of the US. #mce_temp_url# here are some other #mce_temp_url#

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I don't know about the Phillipnes, but here in the US there are certain procedures. You have to apply for a license, and you have to be able to show that you have the appropriate property and fences and such to keep the animal safely. It's not easy.

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Holly, oh, yes, he will find the holes. That is his favorite thing in all the world, to crawl down holes looking for rodents. Snakes are very good at finding things in the dark. The gophers don't stand a chance. Their only hope is to breed faster than he can eat them.

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I don't relly know all of the snakes, but it will be very helpfull to know: a. Where were you when you saw the snake ? b. what was its size ? c. what was its head's shape ? d. what was its tail's shape ? I'm not shure that I'll be able to answer when I get those answers, but they'll help anybody.
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