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While these brightly colored striped snakes are very similar in color to the non-venomous Scarlet Kingsnake, remember the old saying ““Red touches black, venom lack; red touches yellow, kills a fellow.” They are slender-bodied, and rarely grow longer than 2 to 3 feet long. Found in a variety of habitats including wooded and sandy areas, but not in extensive wetlands. It has short, fixed fangs at the front of its mouth and has a rounded black head.
A guide to Georgia’s venomous snakes - Eastern Coral Snake
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oin a ranger as we explore a beautiful backcountry area of the park. Our 2 mile cross country adventure will follow old road beds, ridges, hills and valleys. Moderate to strenuous. Wear closed-toe shoes and bring water. Meet at the trail-head parking lot. Call the Visitor Center to reserve a spot.
First Day Hikes | Georgia State Parks - Don Carter
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