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What is the longest venomous snake in the world? The king cobra! It can grow longer than a limousine. Its deadly bite can even take down an elephant. With ...
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Copperheads make their dens between rocks and in woodpiles. Read about this patterned predator.
Found throughout the United States, a garter snake may be lurking nearby! Read about these common creepers.
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