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Water Moccasin spotted at a Tampa, Fl. park.
Baby water moccasin on walking trail in ...
Black, with grey/brown spots in some places.
Brown with black
Also called water moccasin.
A very large water moccasin that let us ...
An orchid found commonly in Killarney Provincial Park. Also known as the
Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens
Jean Lafitte National Park Barataria Preserve
Water moccasin or copperhead?
Possible western cottonmouth?
Commonly called Cottonmouth or Cotton Mouth, or Water
Juveniles are more reddish than adults, and also have the yellow tail tip. ...
24" long cottonmouth or water moccasin
on the Florida Trail, about 1.8 miles north of I-75
A very interesting rattle snake, in that it has no rattles.
I think it's just a banded watersnake. But could be a
Large adult on Seahorse Key
This picture was taken at the National Zoo in Washington DC
Photograph taken from a safe distance.
Healthy adult, discovered resting below a fallen log.
Cottonmouth/Water Moccasin snake found ...
Snake that's black. Flat head
Long and jet black.
Moccasin. Almost stepped on this one. :)
George's River Highland Path in Rockport, Maine, U.S.A
I found this snake just walking around the edge of a pond.