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Snake ID requested
Saw two or these in the Santa Anas. No rattle. maybe 1"-1.5" diameter

Snake ID requested
Looks like a gopher snake, one of the more common snakes in SoCal.  Not poisonous.  You got a nice picture since they move pretty fast so its tough to get a good picture of one.
Snake ID requested
atomicoyote wrote:
Looks like a gopher snake, one of the more common snakes in SoCal.  Not poisonous.  You got a nice picture since they move pretty fast so its tough to get a good picture of one.


Yes. Gopher snake...

Thanks for not killing it!
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