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    Default SNAKES ALIVE. Can you ID these snakes?

    Here are some snake pics from this evening. Test your snake ID skills and guess what they are.
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    Default Re: SNAKES ALIVE. Can you ID these snakes?

    Quote Originally Posted by dex3361 View Post
    Here are some snake pics from this evening. Test your snake ID skills and guess what they are.
    Can't really tell, your pics are not quite close-in enough. What you need to do is to get down close enough to kiss them and then take a picture. That would help us a lot in identifying them.
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    Default Re: SNAKES ALIVE. Can you ID these snakes?

    My wife was unable to ID any of them as her favorite type because their heads were intact with the rest of their body.
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    Default Re: SNAKES ALIVE. Can you ID these snakes?

    Aw come on guys do you know how hard it is to get a snake to pose for pictures. Let alone 2 of them.
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    1Timothy Chapter 2:
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    4 Who will have all men to be saved, and to come unto the knowledge of the truth.
    5 For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus.
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    Default Re: SNAKES ALIVE. Can you ID these snakes?

    Might be Corn snakes, their environment has a lot to do with color and darkness.

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    Corn snake.
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    Default Re: SNAKES ALIVE. Can you ID these snakes?

    Quote Originally Posted by BillBeyer View Post
    My wife was unable to ID any of them as her favorite type because their heads were intact with the rest of their body.
    yep, what she said...
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    Default Re: SNAKES ALIVE. Can you ID these snakes?

    Yep, Corn Snake, Spotted Adder, Milk Snake... go by all these names up here. They will bite, and they'll even rattle their tail tip like a real rattler will as they get ready to strike. Not real friendly, but useful for controlling rats & mice. I've seen them up to 5' long in NH.
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    Default Re: SNAKES ALIVE. Can you ID these snakes?

    Yep. Called a milk snake in my area. As they get older their color pattern starts to blend together. As IrvingJ said they act real big on the threatening side. Did see a small fry rattle its tail and fake strikes at me....scared the heck out of my wife. She's from Hawai'i where they don't have snakes. When I'm cutting the pasture and if I see snakes and I stop what I'm doing and move the snake into stone walls for protection. I like the fact they provide IPM. BTW nice pics......Gary

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    Default Re: SNAKES ALIVE. Can you ID these snakes?

    Quote Originally Posted by herd View Post
    Can't really tell, your pics are not quite close-in enough. What you need to do is to get down close enough to kiss them and then take a picture. That would help us a lot in identifying them.
    Is this close enough? If I get any closer I will be behind him. I try to comply where I can but the snake was getting a little here when I got this close. He kept blinking and sticking his tongue out so I had to work with him a bit.
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    1Timothy Chapter 2:
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    4 Who will have all men to be saved, and to come unto the knowledge of the truth.
    5 For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus.
    From: The HOLY BIBLE

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