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        Copperhead Snake

        The copperhead snake (Agkistrodon contortrix) is a common snake in the eastern United States. Copperheads are poisonous, but their venom is rarely fatal. They prefer to avoid humans; but unlike other snakes, rather than slithering away, they will stay perfectly still to avoid being seen.

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        The copperhead snake (Agkistrodon contortrix) is a common snake in the eastern United States. Copperheads are poisonous, but their venom is rarely fatal. They prefer to avoid humans; but unlike other snakes, rather than slithering away, they will stay perfectly still to avoid being seen.

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        The copperhead snake (Agkistrodon contortrix) is a common snake in the eastern United States. Copperheads are poisonous, but their venom is rarely fatal. They prefer to avoid humans; but unlike other snakes, rather than slithering away, they will stay perfectly still to avoid being seen.

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        The copperhead snake (Agkistrodon contortrix) is a common snake in the eastern United States. Copperheads are poisonous, but their venom is rarely fatal. They prefer to avoid humans; but unlike other snakes, rather than slithering away, they will stay perfectly still to avoid being seen.

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