Love the colours in copperheads. There is just so much variation in the northerns and the southerns
Snakes are like potato chips..........You can never have just one.
2.1.0 Leopard Gecko
0.1.0 Corn Snake
1.0.0 Ball Python
1.0.0 Milk Snake
1.1.0 Redtail boas
1.1.0 Puff Adder
1.0.0 Mojave Rattler
1.0.0 Rhino Viper
1.1.0 Crested Gecko
2.3.2 Clown Tree Frogs
1.0.0 American Alligator
I'm also a copperhead/water moccasin fanatic. Aside from rattlers, they are my favorite snakes to see in the wild.
My animals: iHerp
I keep both water moccasins and copperheads. They are beautiful.
Conservation through education / www.jerrythesnakeman.com
Honestly im more of a viper/cobra fan. Kinga cobras can get 18ft and stand 6ft tall...thats a f*cking snake.
Never, he said, had ever know of a shark to attack. I looked in astonishment. What about the people who lost their lives, to sharks? Cousteau gave me a withered look, and pointed his fork at my plate The sharks are eating, are you attacking that egg?
lots of Inverts....plus a few herps here and there
Southern Wildlife Management
that is a cool pic. they also eat fish, crustaceans, and rodents. I do love all the venomous snakes we have here in the states...especially the broad banded copper heads and rattlers. I miss keeping hots, and hopefully will again some day...until then, I will live vicariously through Christian keeper!!!