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Snakes in Tennessee - Nashville - About.com
The 4 Venomous Snakes of Tennessee are: Northern and Southern Copperhead (Agkistrodon contortix) Large Photo; Timber Rattlesnake (Crotalus horridus)
http://nashville.about.com/cs/animalspets/a/snakes.htm
Nashville's Scariest Snake Encounters - About.com
Have you ever had a snake experience and was it scary? ... hand out he got bit by a small copperhead not a full grown or baby one but midways between well it  ...
http://nashville.about.com/u/ua/readerresponses/snakeencounters.htm
Nashville Lifestyles and Living - About.com
Copperhead Snake - Photo Courtesy of U.S. Fish Wildlife · Snakes in Tennessee · The Venomous Snakes of Tennessee and tips on how to avoid being bitten ...
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Arkansas' Six Deadly Venomous Snakes - Little Rock - About.com
Find out which snakes to avoid in Arkansas. Only six ... The copperhead is one of six deadly snakes in Arkansas. ... Snakes conjure up unfriendly mental images.
http://littlerock.about.com/cs/nature/a/venomsnakes.htm
Snakes in Alabama - What to Do - Huntsville, AL - About.com
Fortunately, only four types of poisonous snakes live in Alabama and are described. ... A copperhead found on the Waterline trail on the Land Trust in April 2006.
http://huntsville.about.com/od/tips/a/alasnake.htm
The Snakes in the Flower Pot - Urban Legends
Jul 16, 2006 ... Viral images purport to show a nest of baby copperhead snakes found in the bottom of a plastic flower pot purchased at a grocery store.
http://urbanlegends.about.com/library/bl_snakes_in_potted_plant.htm
Poisonous Snakes in Georgia - Atlanta - About.com
A copperhead is a well-known type of snake and unfortunately, one you should be concerned about. Their average length is between two feet, though they can ...
http://atlanta.about.com/od/sportsrecreation/tp/Poisonous-Snakes-In-Georgia.htm
Dogs & Snake Bite - Pet 1st Aid - Poison Snake Bites in Puppies
There are four poisonous snakes endemic to the United States: copperheads, cottonmouths (water moccasins), and rattlesnakes are pit vipers. Pit vipers have ...
http://puppies.about.com/od/FirstAid/a/Snake-Bite.htm
Bogs Copperhead Camo Rubber Hunting Boots Review - About.com
These camo rubber boots are snake resistant and waterproof - but how do they hold up? Read the review to learn more.
http://hunting.about.com/od/clothingrev/fr/bogs-rubber-hunting-boots-copperhead-review.htm
Camping & Hiking Safety in Arkansas: Snakes
Arkansas does not have many venomous snakes. Commonly found here are the Cottonmouth (Water Moccasin), Copperhead, several species of Rattlesnake ...
http://littlerock.about.com/od/outdoorrecreation/a/Hiking-And-Camping-Safety_2.htm
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