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Letter: Snakes are very beneficial

Larry Clark writes:
Head and neck proportions dosen't look right, and it has a very sharp tail. Copperhead snakes have pits in their faces and, a blunt tail. Also the color, and pattern doesn't look like other copperhead snakes I have seen. Snakes are very beneficial creatures, if you are unsure about what they are, please don't kill them. --Larry
Comments re: Melson Ridge Copperhead

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