Copperhead Swimming

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Here is a great example of a Southern Copperhead swimming across a lake. This sight is not seen by most but the swimming position is very indicitive of venomous snakes. Cottonmouths and Copperheads are very buoyant snakes that usually float while holding their heads high out of the water. On the other hand, water snakes typically swim at or under the surface of the water, with their heads level with their bodies. For more information see www.ecowildlifesolutions.com or call us at (6780340-3269

 

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