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Billy Joe Fudge: 7 tips to safely live around poisonous snakes
Comments re photo 45394 Copperhead snake killed on Rice Addition patio
By Billy Joe Fudge
Retired State Forester, Kentucky Division of Forestry
Definitely a Rat snake, as many have commented already.
I've never been "scared" of snakes even the poisonous types; however, whenever I am in known poison snake territory I find myself on high alert when in tall grass or such that impedes my view.
Here are some "Watch-out" situations one must observe when in Poison snake territory.
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