“Look! It’s, er, a dark snake!”

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Snake in mother-in-law's kitchen

It might have been two feet long hiding behind the electric mixer when my mother-in-law called and screamed for me to come and get the snake! That was a first! What was he looking for? It was hot outside and on the countertop, the temperature was cool. Also some food that got left out...well the black snake as I called it (but I know better now that I read the above story), was put out two blocks from my mother-in-law. No, I wasn't going to kill it..so, does that mean the snake will find its way back to the house?

George more than 4 years ago

Rattles

Nearly all of Virginia's native snakes will shake their tail when they feel threatened.

Kory Steele more than 6 years ago

incorrect/broken link

I think the correct link is http://www.virginiaherpetologicalsociety.com/ .

Amy more than 6 years ago

which one...

which one mimics a rattlesnake by shaking its tail as if it had rattles?

more than 6 years ago

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