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Hey all, I need some help in deciphering what kind of snake this is. I found it in my back yard and I'm worried that it may be venomous. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I'm afraid to let my dogs out, please help!
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it's a garter. common and harmless.
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ALWAYS TELL US A GENERAL LOCSATION.

it looks like an average snake, maybe a water snake? it has no rattle, it doesn't look like a viper, but you could be aussier or something dumb and I'd be wrong it's an alaskan death cobra.

Let your poor dog poop, snakes aren't likely to pick a fight. Especially in spring, she's out looking for a mate, judging by the pine cones.

Invest in a good stick, with a fork, should cost about 3 seconds of your time. carry it with you when they're out, and just listen to them.
Learn our custom filthy gaijin. You must always give location
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>>2084393
>Invest in a good stick, with a fork
those went out of fashion like 80 years ago. a snake that is too small like OP's can't be effectively pinned with one and a snake too big just gets hurt if you try to hold it down with a forked stick.
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I live in Georgia if it helps, but I feel a lot better now. Got a lot of people saying it's just a garden snake. Was afraid that it may be a young Cooperhead. Thanks again!
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>>2084402
>Was afraid that it may be a young Cooperhead.
are you fucking blind?
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>>2084388
What's with the "garden" snake thing? They're GARTER snakes.

OP, the pattern is too busy and fine to be a copperhead. The pattern on a copperhead is much larger.
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Brown recluse
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None of these answers are correct, it's a harmless brown snake, Storeria dekayi. Looks literally nothing like any single native venomous snake except for that fact it has no legs.
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