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Learn to Identify Snakes
To identify a snake, you need to consider several aspects of its appearance: body type, head shape, eyes, scales, patterns, color, and tail. Some snakes have other specific features.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_snakes_of_Georgia_(U.S._state)

This list needs pictures and descriptions for each snake listed to fit the goals of the Snake Project. According to a 2012 study, Georgia has 15.67 snakes per ...

www.snakesareus.com/identify_a_snake

Need to identify a snake? Well, you're at the right place! Of the 41 snake species native to Georgia, 35 of them are harmless. There are only 6 venomous snakes ...

georgiawildlife.com/GeorgiaSnakes

Snakes are common across Georgia, even in urban and suburban areas. As development and population growth continue in Georgia, encounters between ...

timberrattlesnake89.tripod.com/ganonvenomous.html

All the animals in this gallary were caught, photographed, and released back into the wild by myself or friends. Click on Photos for detail description of the snake.

www.hunker.com/12501993/how-to-identify-the-snakes-of-georgia

Snakes in Georgia can be identified by two types, poisonous and non-poisonous. Of the 41 species of snakes found in Georgia, only six are poisonous. Snakes' ...

www.ajc.com/news/local/photos-georgia-venomous-snakes-and-how-identify-them/yYmfDurIrAaa7ITzfmQX1O

With snakebites up an alarming 40 percent this spring in Georgia, here's how to identify venomous snakes (and not get bitten).

srelherp.uga.edu/snakes

Snakes of South Carolina and Georgia ... Family Colubridae (Non-venomous Snakes). Worm Snake (Carphophis ... Eastern Indigo Snake (Drymarchon couperi)

www.walterreeves.com/gardening-q-and-a/snake-identification

Q: I saw a two and one-half foot long snake going across my yard. Thank goodness the dogs didn't see it! It was black and had yellow rings around its body . Its.

www.gafollowers.com/6-dangerous-snakes-georgia

Jun 11, 2014 ... It's getting hot in Georgia and that means the snakes will be a little more active in search for shade & food. Snakes are like people, they don't ...