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Yellow-bellied Water Snake (Plain-bellied Water Snake)1 locationReptile/Amphibian
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Oct 11 2015
Snake Road
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Oct 12 2015
Snake Road
TypeReptile/Amphibian
FamilyColubridae - Snakes - non-venomous
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Nerodia erythrogaster

Water snake that is found near permanent water sources like ponds, lakes, streams, and canals. This species ranges through much of the southeastern United States, from Michigan to Delaware in the north, and Texas to northern Florida in the south, but it is absent from the Florida peninsula and the higher elevations of the Appalachian Mountains.

They will sometimes flat their head and strike repeatedly when threatened. They eat fish and amphibians.
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