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Western Ribbon Snake1 locationReptile/Amphibian
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Oct 11 2015
Snake Road
.: gummo :.
Oct 12 2015
Snake Road
TypeReptile/Amphibian
FamilyColubridae - Snakes - non-venomous
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Thamnophis proximus

Western ribbon snakes are thin striped snakes that eat frogs, fish, slugs, and salamanders, mainly. They are closely related to garter snakes and look like garter snake but are thinner and longer and live near water.
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