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KevinBBabbitt Rattlesnake
Rattlesnake commented on by KevinBBabbitt Arizona, USA7 years ago

Wait what a timber, in AZ?

KevinBBabbitt Galapagos tortoise - Santa Cruz sub-species
Galapagos tortoise - Santa Cruz sub-species commented on by KevinBBabbitt Ecuador7 years ago

Wow amazing spotting, you are so lucky!

KevinBBabbitt Red-shouldered Hawk
Red-shouldered Hawk commented on by KevinBBabbitt Galveston, Texas, USA7 years ago

Very nice, I love flight shots!

KevinBBabbitt River Cooter
River Cooter commented on by KevinBBabbitt Huntsville, Texas, USA7 years ago

Sorry to break the news to you but chances are this is an older melanistic red ear slider, or possibly a melanistic cooter which looks more probable because normally the mel sliders have a white or grey ear

KevinBBabbitt Water Moccasin
Water Moccasin commented on by KevinBBabbitt New Orleans, Louisiana, USA7 years ago

This is most certainly a non-venomous water snake such as the banded or broad banded water snake.

KevinBBabbitt Cottonmouth
Cottonmouth commented on by KevinBBabbitt Jacksonville, Florida, USA7 years ago

The pictures say harmless water snake

KevinBBabbitt Water moccasin
Water moccasin commented on by KevinBBabbitt Florida, USA7 years ago

I am not extremely familiar with florida snakes but this one seems to have a cool pattern

KevinBBabbitt Water moccasin
Water moccasin commented on by KevinBBabbitt Florida, USA7 years ago

Awesome spotting but this is a non venomous snake as you can see by the non triangular head this is most likely a banded or florida water snake.

KevinBBabbitt Western Coachwhip
Western Coachwhip commented on by KevinBBabbitt Canyon, Texas, USA7 years ago

I would say western, the panhandle of OK is the western coachwhip.

KevinBBabbitt Timber Rattlesnake
Timber Rattlesnake commented on by KevinBBabbitt Benner township, Pennsylvania, USA7 years ago

I can definitely tell from just the spotting's you already have I am going to like what you have to upload!

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