Does Alaska have snakes?
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Does Alaska have snakes?

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There are no snakes known to live in Alaska. Due to the extreme temperatures of Alaska, there are very few reptiles that can survive in the state.

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There are four species of turtle that live in Alaska and two species of frog. There are also only three species of lizards that inhabit the state. Birds and mammals are most common in Alaska as the state is home to the majority of the country's brown bear population. There is also a large array of fish found throughout the Alaska due to the large amount of rivers and other bodies of water in the area.

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