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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...

Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Reptilia
Order: Squamata Family: Viperidae Genus: Agkistrodon
Species: Agkistrodon contortrix
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... More »

Agkistrodon contortrix


For other snakes commonly called "copperheads", see Copperhead ... Agkistrodon contortrix is a species of venomous snake endemic to North America , ...

Copperhead Snakes: Facts, Bites & Babies - LiveScience


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.

One of my biases has been against slip-on or pull-on boots. I was glad to have them on when I shot a hog that died in a mud hole, and they kept my feet plenty warm when I killed and blood-trailed a buck the following frosty morning. So Bogs definitely made good on the... More »
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Copperhead Snakes - North Carolina Cooperative Extension


Copperhead snakes, while venomous, are not as dangerous as people think. Learn how to live with this misunderstood reptile.

Copperhead Fact Sheet - National Zoo| FONZ


Copperheads are social snakes. They may hibernate in a communal den with other copperheads or other species of snakes including timber rattlesnakes and ...

Copperhead Snake.com


All you ever needed to know about Copperhead snakes.

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Aug 21, 2013 ... Hey guys, had a little surprise today while I was weeding around the smoke shack and retaining wall. PLEASE USE EXTREME CAUTION when ...

Copperhead Snake Information & Facts


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 similar ...

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Q: How to Spot a Copperhead Snake.
A: 1. Look for a copperhead in its habitat. Watch out for copperheads in any area since they tend to adapt, but especially in damp areas with lots of red and brown... Read More »
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Q: How to Spot a Copperhead Snake.
A: The Copperhead snake accounts for the most venomous snake bites in the United States. The bites are dangerous but not life threatening in healthy adults. Medica... Read More »
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Q: What is a Copperhead Snake?
A: Copperheads are harmless but venomous snakes found throughout the eastern united states and parts of mexico. There are five subspecies of copperheads - the Nort... Read More »
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Q: What is a Copperhead Snake.
A: Copperheads are venomous snakes found throughout the eastern united states and parts of Mexico. There are five subspecies of copperheads - the Northern Copperhe... Read More »
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Q: What is a copperhead snake?
A: If a dog has been bitten by a Copperhead snake, he or she will need to see a veterinarian Read More »
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