It is a poisonous snake.
A water moccasin can get about five feet long.
They water moccasin or cottonmouth, can get to 30-48 inches long! but one water moccasin grew to 74 inches long!
Yes, a water moccasin can kill a human.
The water moccasin look alike a cotton mouth snake
A water moccasin is a poisonous snake that is usually found in a pond, lake or stream.
Water moccasin venom isn't a cure for HIV.
Shoes or water snake, it's moccasin.
No, the cottonmouth or water moccasin is a very common venomous snake of the south, found near water.
No, water moccasin is a common noun. It is a general word for a type of snake.
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No, even baby raccoons are too large to be eaten by the average water moccasin.
How did the cottonmouth (water moccasin) get its name? From it's treat display, opening it's mouth as a warning.
they get their food out of water
The average life span of the water moccasin is about 18 years in the wild. The longest living snake of this species was recorded to have lived about 24.5 years. That snake was a copperhead of the same family as the water moccasin.
The water moccasin has facial pits in their jaws. This allows them to sense the heat of their prey. They also have paralyzing venom.
No. The banded water snake ( Nerodia fasciata ) is non-venomous and is a different species than the water moccasin (Agkistrodon piscivorus).
In the water in warm climates.
Nope - the Water Moccasin is a completely different (and highly venomous) species !
The Cottonmouth Water Moccasin lives in swamps, creeks, and wetland areas in all parts of Mississippi.
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No. Copperheads and water moccasins are two different species, though they are closely related. The copperhead is Agkistrodon contortrix. The water moccasin is Agkistrodon piscivorus.
Other water moccasins, larger fishes.
what happens to a water moccasins after it hatches
Yes the cotton mouth is a water moccasin. They get the name from the seminol Indians when it opened its mouth as warning it showed the cotton white insides its mouth.
water moccasin is a poisonous snake frequently found in water
their deadly nerotoxen.
it has a small dot on its tongue :-)
Yes; the water moccasin is highly venemous.
Yes they can, especially if it is a water moccasin or cotton mouth.
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A water moccasin, which is the only poisonous semi-aquatic North American snake, gives birth to between 1 and 15 live baby moccasins, which are lighter in color than their mother. They are more similar in color to a copperhead than the adult moccasin.
Water moccasins are located in the Eastern region of Norht America.
its makes nest and live near water for food and safty.
Yes. Water moccasin are venomous and potentially deadly.
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Water Moccasins are a poisonous snake. A very aggressive snake as well.
The water moccasin's scientific name is Agkistrodon piscivorus
Yes-the cottonmouth, or water moccasin
no ones seen it before
The rattlesnake, copperhead and the water moccasin.
Squamata. All snakes are in order Squamata.
A cottonmouth snake (water moccasin)
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No...its way too cold for them to survive.
The snake that is commonly called a Water Moccasin mainly eats fish.
yes and it is venomous so it can kill its prey or for protection
moccasin is a shoe ex. i am wearing only one moccasin
The Water Moccasin. It is a North American snake that is semi-aquatic, very aggressive, and poisonous. It's named water moccasin for short but it's real name is an agkistrodon piscivorus.It has many other names too.