What Do Snake Holes Look like?

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Snakes do not make holes and instead they occupy those made by other animals such as mice, shrews and crawdads. The holes are not very big and they are normally covered by rocks, wood and other debris.
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Snake holes look like any hole that has been created by another creature. That is due to the fact that snakes have no arms for digging, therefore they will use abandoned holes from other animals.
Snake hole is a simple hole which is created by any mortal. Snake holes are quite small as compared to normal holes. Mostly mouse and ants makes these kinds of holes.
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