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Bull Snake

Pituophis catenifer sayi


Four and a half foot fat bull snake found under a door. There were allot of mice which would explain the amazing girth of this snake.


Tall grass prairie beside a river and in between a thicket of woods and an industrial building


Me and a friend had search extensively for a bull snake and I was lucky enough to come across a juvenile but I didn't have my camera so I just took some bad phone pictures after searching much much more we came across this big guy in a new location and after that I also found one DOR so now I know they are in my area

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KevinBBabbitt 8 years ago

Awww dang that sucks to hear :(

AshleyT 8 years ago

That's great for all the snakes! This weekend I was in Kansas, and we stopped by a wildlife refuge and were walking around what used to a river, but was now just a puddle. There were turtles shells everywhere that had died then raccoons had eaten, I found a dead northern water snake and dead diamondback water snake. I did find an alive diamondback water snake, but he was pretty skinny and him having to hibernate any time now, he probably wasn't going to make it. It was all really sad :(

KevinBBabbitt 8 years ago

Oh yeah! He was a chunky snake, but looking in the area it is easy to see why finding rodents under every other board.

AshleyT 8 years ago

This is the fattest bull snake I have ever seen!

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Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA

Spotted on Oct 21, 2012
Submitted on Oct 28, 2012

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