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Eastern Hognose Snake


When frightened, is able to flatten neck reminiscent of a cobra. Eats amphibians.

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AshleyT 8 years ago

Wow I've never seen one with these colors! Please add the scientific name, Heterodon platirhinos. Also, please add to the Center for SnakeConservation mission to help document all the snakes in the US. Thanks!

DelawareWildlife 8 years ago

One of my favorite species. Their colors vary so much from each individual.

joe_juitsu 8 years ago

Say hi to Chip 4 me (if you know him)

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Maryland, USA

Spotted on May 3, 2011
Submitted on Sep 4, 2011

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