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Garter Snake



This particular snake was dead and dry. Because it was starting to decompose, it must have been there for a while. This snake was about a foot and a half long and was very thin. It was black with a grey tint and had one yellow line running from the head to tail.


Grassy fields, gardens, and open spaces. The fields may either be dry or wet and are of any size. This snake was found in a pasture across from my home.


These snakes and many more are common in this area.

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South Greeley, Wyoming, USA

Spotted on Jun 10, 2013
Submitted on Jun 27, 2013

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