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Including two photos of this dead juvenile snake, found dead in the gravel road at False Cape State Park. It was about 40-50 cm long. I'd like opinions about the ID. I am calling it a red-bellied water snake.
Found smushed on the path. Saw an alive one previous night at same place
Nerodia erythrogaster, commonly known as the plain-bellied water snake or plainbelly water snake, is a familiar species of mostly aquatic, nonvenomous, colubrid snake endemic to the United States.
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