I.D. this snake...

Dakota

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Definitely not a copperhead.
We didn't seem to think so either... we couldn't decide if it was (key word WAS) a Brown snake or Pine snake... it was found in our neighbors yard under leaves which would be par for a Brown snake.
 

ZARA

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We didn't seem to think so either... we couldn't decide if it was (key word WAS) a Brown snake or Pine snake... it was found in our neighbors yard under leaves which would be par for a Brown snake.
It's a pine snake. :buddies:

to bad it's dead :bawl:
 

ZARA

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Hank, that why i said.

Dakota, not 100% positive from that picture but could be a copperhead.
The markings on a copperhead are triangular shapes on the sides and circles on top down the spine. Remember that, triangular, head is triangular, markings are triangular, circles on spine. It is the easiest way to identify them.

I know they vary, and sometimes the shapes are off, but even on the off-shaped markings, the general rule can still apply.

If you still have a hard time, think of it like 2 teepees wrapped around the snake and the teepees meet at the top along the snakes spine.

I hope I didn't just confuse the hell out of you.:killingme
 

ZARA

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**Edited because sometimes I don't see as well as I think I do.
 
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