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Re: HELP to identify a snake!


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Posted by liam on June 09, 2001 at 13:30:26:

In Reply to: HELP to identify a snake! posted by Shirl on June 08, 2001 at 20:21:17:

: Hi all, recently i just got a long green snake from my fren, and would like to find out what type it belongs to.

: It's body and head looks alot like the rough/smooth green snake (long body, very green above and a yellowish line to separate the white color skin beneath) except its eyes are not round and big, it's long and narrow like a pine snake (its eyeballs' color black and yellow on the outside, unlike rough/smooth green snake with eyeballs' color black and white on the outside).

: Anyone has any idea whether what type it belongs to?

It could possible be a parrot snake? Can you post a picture of it?


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