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4/3/2011

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The Mud Snake is a fairly long snake, growing to be between 38 and 80 inches long. It is shiny blueish-black in color with dark pink or red bars across its Find your Eastern mud snake pictures at Picsearch.com! We have over a billion indexed images in our directory, and it continually Mud Snakes are large shiny, iridescent black snakes with red blotches along the sides. In uncommon cases, the red color is absent and replaced with white. The mud snake (Farancia abacura) is a species of nonvenomous, semiaquatic, colubrid snake that is found in the southeastern United States. Description: The mud snake is a large (up to 81 in – 207 cm), non-venomous, highly-aquatic snake that is seldom seen because of its secretive habits.
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