Species of snakes

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There are the constrictors, which include the boa family and the python family. The venemous snakes such as cobras and rattle snakes. The non venomous snakes like garter snakes, king snakes, and the rat snake.

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Watermoccasian,puff adder,cottonmamamba,black mamba,rat snake,yellow belly sea snake cobra,king snake,green mamba,

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