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    Re: Help me identify this snake.

    Quote Originally Posted by salt View Post
    You posted it redshepherd? Think you would be able to catch it? Just to solve the mystery. Also if its a corn its not native and probably an escaped pet?
    Yeah, but I posted it and then deleted after I got an answer yesterday, since it's a public group. I'm don't want my fb friends seeing me post in groups for some reason LOL

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    Re: Help me identify this snake.

    Quote Originally Posted by DennisM View Post
    Considering it's location, I think this is more likely a Great Plains ratsnake.
    No. This is a corn snake. Great plains rat snakes don't come in bright oranges/reds, yellows and blacks.

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    Re: Help me identify this snake.

    Great Plains rat snakes are from the southeast part of colorado and we are in the really far west part of the state. So I think it would be pretty rare to see one here.

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    Re: Help me identify this snake.

    Quote Originally Posted by salt View Post
    You posted it redshepherd? Think you would be able to catch it? Just to solve the mystery. Also if its a corn its not native and probably an escaped pet?
    Someone posted these pictures on a local message board. I don't know exactly where the snake is and it's probably long gone by now. I told the poster it was someone's lost pet but with all the local "snake experts" insisting it's a native bull snake I doubt anything will be done.

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    Re: Help me identify this snake.

    Do you live on the western slope or the eastern?

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    Re: Help me identify this snake.

    It's a cute snake, whatever it is lol

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