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    Any cottonmouth lovers around?

    Heres a killer pic of a nice moccasin eating another snake I didn't know they did that!



    Thats really neat

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    Love the colours in copperheads. There is just so much variation in the northerns and the southerns
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    I'm also a copperhead/water moccasin fanatic. Aside from rattlers, they are my favorite snakes to see in the wild.
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    I keep both water moccasins and copperheads. They are beautiful.
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    Honestly im more of a viper/cobra fan. Kinga cobras can get 18ft and stand 6ft tall...thats a f*cking snake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by delta111444 View Post
    Honestly im more of a viper/cobra fan. Kinga cobras can get 18ft and stand 6ft tall...thats a f*cking snake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marauderhex View Post
    I'm also a copperhead/water moccasin fanatic. Aside from rattlers, they are my favorite snakes to see in the wild.

    I agree, I still get excited seeing one just like when I was a kid, now with a healthier respect for what they can do.
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    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!!!

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