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Common Snakes of Baton Rouge, LA: The most common snakes in Baton Rouge include rat snakes, garter snakes, and racers. In water, common water snakes. These are not dangerous. Venomous snakes of Baton Rouge are rare and may include rattlesnakes or copperhead/cottonmouth. For a full description of all snake species in Baton Rouge, with photos and identification of all poisonous species, visit www.batonrougesnakes.com
Baton Rouge Louisiana Snake Situation: I was out walking near my home in Bossier City, LA when I came upon this dead snake. We have a bayou on both sides of our subdivision and I was told there are poisonous snakes around here. Our neighbor had a copper head in their yard while construction was still going on around them, I am guessing the snake was driven from its home. There has been some debate as to what kind of snake this is. I thought it was a water moccasin aka cotton mouth. (I used to live in south eastern Kansas and we had one in our yard once when we came home from school. I remember it was nearly black and showed us its white mouth. We went around to the back of the house to get inside. ) This snake had nor been dead long when I came upon it. It was between 3 and 4 feet long and at least 3" in diameter. I was stunned at how big it was. I took some pictures the first day. The upside down ones and the one where most of it is flipped right side up except the head. I was using a long stick and even though it was dead I did not want to get too close. Because I got different opinions I went back to look at the head. (3 days after it had been killed. Needless to say it was beginning to rot, and sink.) My son pried open the mouth. There was quite a bit of blood so it was a bit hard to say what color it had been. I would appreciate anything you can tell me.
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