Copperhead snakes swim, although they usually spend the most time on land. Copperheads are found in wetlands and rocky, forested areas and sometimes take shelter in rotting wood. T...
The Copperhead can vary in color from grayish-brown to light brown or even pinkish. It has 10 - 20 hourglass-shaped dark crossbands which are chestnut brown or reddish brown to brown. The head can...
For other snakes commonly called "copperheads", see Copperhead ...
Agkistrodon contortrix is a species of venomous snake endemic to North America
Nov 19, 2014 ... Copperhead snakes are common in North America, and have the distinction of
biting more people in the United States than any other snake.
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Copperhead snakes, while venomous, are not as dangerous as people think.
Learn how to live with this misunderstood reptile.
Copperheads are social snakes. They may hibernate in a communal den with
other copperheads or other species of snakes including timber rattlesnakes and ...
All you ever needed to know about Copperhead snakes.
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The Copperhead is the most mis-identified snake in America! Did you see
EXACTLY the below snake? Are you sure? It wasn't just one of a number of