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August 24, 2012 - 38 went

Friday Night Sabino Stroll

Note the color pattern on the snake. Wide red bands between two narrow yellow bands. This is the mark of the venomous coral snake. Similar looking snakes are common in Arizona, but most have the red band between black bands.

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Added by Philip M.
on Aug 25, 2012.
 

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  • Philip M.

    coral snakes are in the family Elapidae, which includes cobras and sea snakes. They are Americas only representatives of this highly venomous group of snakes.

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