Re: Another Unidentifiable snake !!

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Posted by Stu Pearson on May 08, 2000 at 14:41:37:

In Reply to: Re: Unidentifiable snake posted by Dennis on May 08, 2000 at 08:51:46:

Thansk for the help Dennis, it did turn out to be a hog' but she has also had another snake, or rather 3 she cannot identify. She lives in NC on Hatteras Island. These snakes were less than a foot long, fairly fat and greenish-brown in colour. The only thing I can think of is baby rattlers but i'm not sure of the snakes that are around in that area. Hope soemone out there can help with this one!

: Sounds like a hognose (if it is in the US). Have them look at the photos on my website for positive identification.


: Best wishes

: Dennis

: : Someone emailed me asking if I could identify a snake they have under their house. I think it's a hognosed but here's the description incase anyone else has any ideas:
: : "It was about a foot and a half long, kind of a sandy-ish color, it's head looked kind of swollen and it kept flipping on it's back."

: : Thanks
: : Stu Pearson
: :

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