Does Alaska Have Snakes?

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Snakes are usually not seen in Alaska, according to those who have lived there. However, the Wildlife Conservation office has noted that there is a rare occurrence of snakes who have washed down the river from Canada. In most cases, the climate is simply too cold for snakes to live and function in Alaska.
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Most likely there are no snakes in Alaska. There have been occasional reports of gartner snakes, but these have never been substantiated.
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