Identifying Baby Snake

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- The identification keys are based on color, pattern and other physical characteristics. Each snake identification page has two options, A and B .The following four p.ographs are of baby/juvenile Eastern Copperheads. of a few snakes so that a specimen may be identified from a safe distance..Use the map to explore snakes found in North America. RESET MAP This websiteists people in snake identification. Click on a State to access a list of the .

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