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Paging .net's "Steve Irwin"!!! - July 8, 2009, 10:45 AM

Hey, Wildman found this snake in our backyard - anybody recognize it? It looks like a baby constrictor to me....
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Yep its a snake....


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crinnnky...tis a snake u got there....let me stick my finger in tis mouth to determine if its a poisions breed Criinnnnky


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Yep its a snake....


DUH. What KIND of snake, dang it?


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July 8, 2009, 10:54 AM

how funny, there was a baby snake in my driveway when i got home last night. he was a cutie. I was worried i ran him over. I picked him up and looked him over, no flat spots

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Looks like a Ratsnake to me

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if you get a better picture of it. Might be a Colombian Boa Constrictor. The head is a little fuzzy to me.

That's what stands out with the orange within the black patches.

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could be a black rat snake...pretty common in these parts...the grey will fade as it matures.

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I'd say a ratsnake:



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Kill it and make a wallet out of the skin. Could be you have mice around and the snake is eating them. Where there is a snake there is food for them!


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Looks like a Ratsnake to me

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Nate would be correct in this as I had two one was 3 feet and the other was almost 4 feet long before they got loose in my parents house.

If you plan on keeping the snake make sure you feed him in a place away from where he/she sleeps or else then won't eat regularly. They are also an aggressive snake at times and their bites hurt like hell.

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Wow I don't do wild Snakes always thought rat snakes were black in this area. You're out in the country now u'll see lots of them.
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Wow I don't do wild Snakes always thought rat snakes were black in this area. You're out in the country now u'll see lots of them.
Black ones are more common in our area but you can pick up the non-black ones from online or some local stores have them.....They are great pets but can be snippy.....I would love to have another one...or two


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[quote=dodge131;773520]Kill it and make a wallet out of the skin. Could be you have mice around and the snake is eating them. Where there is a snake there is always another one!]



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I'll make a wallet out of YOU, mister! How terrible, you suggest such a thing!

Soo.... a ratsnake? Local, then? Not an import? We can leave it be and it is one with its environment?

I was just worried, if it was, like a ball python, those are native to Africa and wouldn't do well over the winter.


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