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Can anyone ID this snake? #5224892 07/29/14 11:40 PM
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Being the good son that I am, I went to Cisco to powerspray the exterior of my parents house. This little guy was between the concrete a/c pad and the foundation. He was beige/coffee creamer color and about 1/2"-3/4" in girth and about 4-4.5' long. He never showed any aggressive tendencies and didn't seem in too big of a hurry to get away. We couldn't find it in any of his snake identification books.
Sorry the pic quality isn't all that great. Thanks!


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Coachwhip

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Yup, coachwhip


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Well played leaving it be. Cool snakes that eat mice and rats. up

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Re: Can anyone ID this snake? [Re: Dragonuv] #5225777 07/30/14 02:04 PM
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Thanks guys! He got to live because of what I learned on this forum from other snake posts. I remembered what someone wrote about the round-eyed snakes vs the slit-eyed snakes. He had the round eyes so he got a free pass. I appreciate y'all's help.

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Originally Posted By: Dragonuv
Thanks guys! He got to live because of what I learned on this forum from other snake posts. I remembered what someone wrote about the round-eyed snakes vs the slit-eyed snakes. He had the round eyes so he got a free pass. I appreciate y'all's help.


Well played!


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Re: Can anyone ID this snake? [Re: Dragonuv] #5225789 07/30/14 02:14 PM
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Coachwhip - non-venomous and beneficial - but I wouldn't try to pick him up; have a mouth full of tiny teeth that can be painful if bit.
Good call on letting him be.
I too used to be a 'KESIS' till I learned these 'good' ones can also eat the 'bad' ones (especially the 'bad' young ones and their eggs)!!

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Yup, Mouse Catching Coachwhip. Cool Snakes and very fast when they wanna move.


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Originally Posted By: Mr. Clean
.. Cool Snakes and very fast when they wanna move.


. . . AND they can climb trees faster than a three-armed monkey - especially to a branch hanging right over you; don't ask me how I know . . .

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Originally Posted By: oldoak2000
Originally Posted By: Mr. Clean
.. Cool Snakes and very fast when they wanna move.


. . . AND they can climb trees faster than a three-armed monkey - especially to a branch hanging right over you; don't ask me how I know . . .


I wont ask you how you know but I would like to see the video...


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Originally Posted By: Mr. Clean
Cool Snakes and very fast when they wanna move.


You got that right about being fast!!! I have probably seen two dozen of them in my life and only one of them stuck around long enough for me to blast him with my shotgun. flame

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Originally Posted By: oldoak2000
Originally Posted By: Mr. Clean
.. Cool Snakes and very fast when they wanna move.


. . . AND they can climb trees faster than a three-armed monkey - especially to a branch hanging right over you; don't ask me how I know . . .


Tried to catch one a couple of years ago to show my daughter when we were dove hunting. He moved as I went to grab and I snagged him about 8" behind the head....I got bit 12 times before I let go, and then I did it again bang

Really cool snakes, very fast and yes...they can climb a tree in a blink of an eye


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Originally Posted By: Mr. Clean
Cool Snakes and very fast when they wanna move.


You got that right about being fast!!! I have probably seen two dozen of them in my life and only one of them stuck around long enough for me to blast him with my shotgun. flame
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