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Snakes of D.C.
Red=Venomous (Poses high risk if bitten) Yellow=Mildly Venomous (posses little risk if bitten) Green=Non-Venomous (Poses no risk if bitten)

D.C. is home to 11 species of snakes with only one the Northern Copperhead being considered dangerous to human life. The Copperhead is a member of the family Viperidae or Pit Viper and as such can be easily identified by it's facial pits, arrow shaped head noticeably larger than it's neck, and slanted or non rounded eyes.





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