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Video: Cottonmouth and Copperhead Snake Battle Each Other

We’ve come across some really odd snake behavior lately, but this encounter shows behavior very rarely seen in the wild. David Steen, a wildlife ecologist at Auburn University, said in a National Geographic article, “It’s unusual to see snakes fighting, but what makes this observation particularly exciting is that they are two different species – a cottonmouth and... Read more »
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