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diamondback water snake

Diamondback water snakes can catch fish like all good anglers, it’s just that they don’t like sharing their honey hole. The diamondback water snake is a non-venomous serpent that is indigenous to the central United States and northern Mexico, and that’s what these snakes certainly appear to be. It is sometimes misidentified as a cottonmouth

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