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Common Snakes of Boca Raton, FL: The most common snakes in Boca Raton include rat snakes, garter snakes, and racers. In water, common water snakes. These are not dangerous. Venomous snakes of Boca Raton are rare and may include rattlesnakes or copperhead/cottonmouth. For a full description of all snake species in Boca Raton, with photos and identification of all poisonous species, visit www.bocaratonsnakes.com
Boca Raton Florida Snake Situation: Hi there, I live west of Boca Raton FL, and I have a question regarding a juvenile black racer. We've had a female racer living in our back yard for years now. Last month it was obvious that a number of eggs had hatched, since I've seen 3 or 4 of the babies running around the yard. However, there is one in baby that, over the past 3 weeks, I have consistently seen around a specific area which includes the pool deck. What makes this so weird is that the snake moves very slow, and it not afraid of ANYONE! It allows us to come close and even pick him up. He has never taken a strike at or us or even assumed a defensive posture. My 4 year old holds him and he just slithers around her hands - almost like he's playing and knows that we are not a threat. It reminds me of a small boa that my friend used to have, but nothing like I would expect from a wild black racer. The first day I witnessed this I figured that he was sick, so I put him back under the shrubs and figured he would probably die. Today I caught him again on my pool deck (well, more like just walked up and picked him up), so it is evident that he is still alive and thriving. In my 35 years of catching and releasing snakes, I have NEVER seen anything like this. What are your thoughts?
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