Experts say people should keep a look out for the venomous snakes, WTVC reports. According to the North Carolina Wildlife Commission, copperheads account for 90 percent of snake bites in the state of North Carolina. Herpetologist Fred Boyce says copperheads is are among the most feared snake in the state, but for good reason. Baby copperheads are described as having have a bright green or yellow line on their tails for about the first year of their life. Unlike adult copperheads, Boyce says that in some cases, babies cannot control the amount of venom they inject in a bite.
It'sssssss baby copperhead snake season! This species reproduces in the spring and typically gives birth between late August and early September. As an abundance of copperhead snakes enter the world, there are some precautions you should take and things you should know about the venomous species. The North Carolina Wildlife Commission reported that 90 percent of snakebites in the state come from the copperhead snake. Fred Boyce, a herpetologist at the Pine Knoll Shores Aquarium, noted that this is because they are also the state's most common venomous snake. Copperhead bites are extremely painful, but they aren't deadly. They also aren't always venomous.
Click here to take the Copperhead Test. First, we'll take a look at Eastern Copperheads and point out their most identifying characteristics. Copperheads are born alive and with the exception of the tail tip, they are colored and patterned the same as adults. Note the sulfur yellow colored tail tip. The yellow tail tip is used as a lure for frogs, lizards and other prey items. As the snake ages the bright tail tip fades.
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