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  1. Pnsh3r

    Pnsh3r Member Established Member

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    I saw this thing heading from my kitchen to the living room. Not sure how it got in, and not sure what it is... Wondering if anyone could identify it and let me know if it is poisonous.... :??:
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  2. Camaro_94

    Camaro_94 Brown Recluse Slayer Established Member

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    What do u have it in and how big is it?
     
  3. da5deuce

    da5deuce heatsoaked Established Member

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    This is SVT performance, every snake is a cobra here. :shrug:
     
  4. GloomySVT

    GloomySVT LolUMad? Established Member

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    Indeed. It looks like a 2014 model.
     
  5. da5deuce

    da5deuce heatsoaked Established Member

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    This guy gets it.

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  6. byeofcr

    byeofcr Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Garter snake not poisonous. They are musky as **** tho
     
  7. AntiHeightPunk

    AntiHeightPunk New Member Established Member

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    How big is it
     
  8. Camaro_94

    Camaro_94 Brown Recluse Slayer Established Member

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    Yes. Obvious cobra is obvious.
     
  9. Pnsh3r

    Pnsh3r Member Established Member

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    lol... it surely is a 2014 model. :lol: It is in a jar, and I'd say about 15" long.
     
  10. Camaro_94

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    See. Identical.
     
  11. draxxus131

    draxxus131 Member Established Member

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    Yep that sure is a garden snake, look at the end of the tail. it's previous shedding has taken away most of the green. Generally the tail does stay with a hint of green no matter how old they get. The older they get the more yellow/brown they get. Unusual back scales though, very unusual pattern!
     
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    Although be careful, mainly because you can get an infection from what they have been slithering through, unless you really no your body well. Don't open the jar if you can help it.
     
  13. da5deuce

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  14. Mr. Mach-ete

    Mr. Mach-ete Liberals Suck Established Member

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    It's as big as that guitar.
     
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    blackfang Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Looks like a Garter snake which are non venomous. If you touch it, just make sure you wash your hands. You should wash them after handling any reptile.
     
  16. heffs03mach1

    heffs03mach1 COME WITH IT YA SALLY'S Established Member

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    kill it with som mutha f.n fire brosef
     
  17. ThomasL

    ThomasL New Member Established Member

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    As much as i hate when people post about spiders and bugs, I love me some reptiles! Very cool. Now let him go!
     
  18. CobraBob

    CobraBob Authorized Vendor Premium Member Established Member Single Barrel Sirs

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    Yeah, I would release it back outside. Maybe a bit away from your house. They're beneficial.
     
  19. Pnsh3r

    Pnsh3r Member Established Member

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    Will do. There is a nice wooded area behind the house that it probably came from - just this time, to get to the house, it'll have to travel a lot further.
    Thanks for the help all. I did overlook the fact that to some members here cobras might be the only type of snake in existence - lol i am sure one of the guys actually went out to look at the hood of his car, seeing if it matched the picture i provided - so he could let me know what it is
    Tyvm
     
  20. Pnsh3r

    Pnsh3r Member Established Member

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    Tyvm :rockon:
     

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