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Common Snakes of Hackensack, NJ: The most common snakes in Hackensack include rat snakes, garter snakes, and racers. In water, common water snakes. These are not dangerous. Venomous snakes of Hackensack are rare and may include rattlesnakes or copperhead/cottonmouth. For a full description of all snake species in Hackensack, with photos and identification of all poisonous species, visit www.hackensacksnakes.com
Hackensack New Jersey Snake Situation: David, I live in Northern New Jersey and this snake was on my front porch. I have young daughters and I am concerned for their safety. No one seems to be able to identify this snake. Do you know what it may be? There are 3 pictures of it and can be viewed as a slideshow which will show you a much larger picture of the snake. Not sure what to do as it could be under our front porch. Also had a 5 foot black racer on my back deck a week ago, but this one doesn't look good. Thank you. Sincerely, Chris
Corn Snake, harmless. Good to have around.
Thanks for responding David! Even a pest/wildlife removal guy said it didn't look live a wild New Jersey snake that he had seen. He actually thought that it may be or have been a domestic snake that had gotten loose or was let go in the wild, He mentioned that it looked like a Burmese Python?? You sound confident(not that I am doubting you) that it is a corn snake. So it won't strike unless really provoked/cornered? Again, I have 9 year old daughters who play in our front yard which is only several feet from the porch. Worried it is holing up under porch.
Not a python. A variant of Corn snake, a type of rat snake, or maybe an Eastern Milk Snake, hard to see in your photo. Either way, as harmless as an earthworm.
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