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Garter Snake

Genus Thamnophis

Description:

Found resting about 5 feet up in a red dogwood bush.

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4 Comments

bulldogger50
bulldogger50 8 years ago

yea the striped garter snake aint aggressive…when ever i try to catch then they try to stirke at me

KarenL
KarenL 8 years ago

Lovely!

Apple
Apple 8 years ago

I've never seen one this large

Steven Sheppard
Steven Sheppard 8 years ago

The striped garter snake is one of my favorite snakes- small, unaggressive, and cute (I'm weird). I think they look like they are smiling.

ljohnson
Spotted by
ljohnson

Wisconsin, USA

Spotted on Aug 21, 2004
Submitted on Jan 21, 2012

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