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Eathan wrote at 2016-03-16 04:49:15
It looks like it could be the coastal trap and snake but just in case just leave it alone like any other snake, hope this helps


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I can answer a wide variety of questions about general evolution or ecology. I can identify wild reptiles and amphibians based on moderate to high quality descriptions or photos, and I can provide information about species' habitats, behaviors, ranges, etc.

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I am an academic, and have published on paleontology, evolution and ecology; and have professionally studied nearly all major vertebrate groups; sharks and other fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. I have conducted professional field research on reptiles and amphibians, as well as many other animals. "Herping" and nature photography have always been some of my favorite hobbies.

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B.S. General Biology, William Paterson University. Currently working towards a Ph.D. at University of North Texas.

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