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  • Snakes

    I've been looking for this answer all mornig, but haven't found a good picture or amswer.

    yesterday my kids were playing in the front yard when I here them scream and run, my 4 yo boy was yelling, "Snake, snake"

    I asked "where, I don't see it."

    The I looked down and it was right underneath me. It was small, a baby I think. About 6 inches, Dark grey with a redish Orange stripe around it's neck, as well as a belly the same color.

    Would anyone know what type of snake this would be, my wife yelled at me for not killing it, but I just released it into the bushes by our house.
    spunky likes to suck that 3rd nipple(why am I your sig line........freak)! - Posted by my good friend Samsma

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    Google.

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      Migo is right, it sounds like a Google snake.





      Oh wait....





      Could it have been a garter snake? I know we have those all over in SoCal.

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        I have but I can't seem to find it.
        spunky likes to suck that 3rd nipple(why am I your sig line........freak)! - Posted by my good friend Samsma

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          It sounds as if it could be a San Bernadino ring-necked snake--does it look anything like the ones at

          http://www.californiaherps.com/snake....modestus.html

          at all?

          At least you weren't on a plane when you found it! :lol:

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            was it a spitting snake?
            Originally posted by Grumpee
            I only care for Disney bling!

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            • #7
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              Found it http://www.californiaherps.com/snake...bilisscruz.jpg

              You're right Wotan is was Ringnecked Snake, but the Pacific subspecies, not the San Bernardino.
              spunky likes to suck that 3rd nipple(why am I your sig line........freak)! - Posted by my good friend Samsma

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                Kind of sounds like something we have here in Florida. Fairly small (12", slim like a pencil). Here's a link:
                http://www.floridaconservation.org/V...html#ringnecks

                I know its California vs. Florida but could be the same family.

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                • #9
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                  Snakes are icky...but not as much as insects.
                  "Pain is temporary, Film is Forever..."

                  http://www.youtube.com/user/DisneyDude



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                  • #10
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                    we were playing golf in Nevada on Saturday and my buddy accidently ran over a big snake on the cart path. Must have been over 3 feet long.
                    Originally posted by Grumpee
                    I only care for Disney bling!

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                    • #11
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                      Where's Samuel L Jackson when you need him?

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                      • #12
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                        Snakes! Why'd it have to be snakes??!!
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