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Snake Removal Houston Texas

BIO: Snakes in texas range from 6 inches to over 6 feet. There are many species of snakes in Texas including 4 venomous. Depending on species snakes either lay eggs or perform live birth. Snakes live in many habbitats but they do prefer the wilderness. They use their tongue to smell and have a variety of different types of vision depending on species. Most venomous species have a girthy looking body, aggressive scales, and a larger diamond shaped head. The coral snake is the only North American venomous snake that does not follow the normal venomous characteristics. The coral snake has rings of black, yellow, and red. The easiest way to tell if it is the real deal is if the yellow and red rings touch. Non-venomous snakes have smooth scales, and a head that fits or follows the line of the body.

NUISANCE: Snakes can get into your home, garage, pool area, and even your attic. Snakes lurking around your house propose a risk to your family pets as well. No matter what the reason, if you have a snake you would like removed from your property keep an eye from a safe distance and give me a call. I will come right away to snatch up that slithering snake!

Snakes come in a variety of lengths and widths, but all are legless and carnivorous. The type of snake you encounter will depend on your geographical location. Large snakes, like anacondas and pythons, need the lush and plentiful tropical habitats that support a variety of game. Smaller snakes are found all over the world and can be venomous or nonvenomous. There is no certain way to tell a venomous snake from one that is not, as there are exceptions to every rule anyone has created to assist in such matters. Some snakes give birth to live young and some lay eggs. No snakes offer maternal guidance to their young; once the babies are hatched or born, they are on their own. While a good number of infant reptiles succumb to predation, young snakes will learn to use their diminutive size to their advantage. Using the tips of their tails to lure in insects or fish, the snake will then turn the tables and eat the animal that wanted to eat it. As adults, snakes are primarily solitary, though some species will den together in cold months. Any poisonous snake should be taken seriously, and most serpents of a deadly nature only attack when threatened or provoked.


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