How to Identify the Snakes of West Tennessee.?

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1. Pay extreme attention to the shape of the snake's eyes! The shape of the eye of a venomous snake in western Tennessee will be elliptical and not round. They will have a vertical pupil as well. Think of this eye appearance as similar to a cat's. 2.
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