Copperhead Snakes: Facts, Bites & Babies | Live Science - Copperhead snake adult

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Young copperheads are more grayish in color than adults and possess A copperhead snake, like the one pictured here, had a litter of four. Agkistrodon contortrix is a species of venomous snake, a pit viper, endemic to Eastern North Good-sized adult males usually do not exceed 74 to 76 cm (29 to 30 in), and females typically do not exceed 60 to 66 cm (24 to 26 in). In one Common names for A. contortrix include: copperhead (snake), chunk head, highland.

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By Nelar - 13:48
The Northern Copperhead Snake is a very venomous snake. and is sometimes confused with the adult Northern Copperhead Snake.
By Mimi - 16:21
The northern copperhead is a large, venomous snake found across the eastern fangs capable of injecting venom that is just as toxic as an adult's venom.
By Galrajas - 04:54
Juveniles resemble adults but have a bright yellow tail tip. copperheads are responsible for the majority of the snakebites in the Southeast each year. Luckily​.

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