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The Most Common Snakes in Ohio
Once the summer season comes, it is the perfect time for most people of Ohio to explore the vast state. It is also a chance to meet the other locals and enjoy the outdoor recreation that the state can offer. However, outdoor enthusiasts can also expect to encounter various animals such as snakes. After hibernating for too long, the snake will be once again ready to hunt for rodents and breed.
Venomous and Non-Venomous Snakes in Ohio
There are about 25 snakes that can be found in Ohio, at least 3 of them can be considered venomous. Snake can be beneficial due to a range of reasons but to some people it may arouse a feeling of fear and anxiety.
You will not usually associate the state of Ohio with venomous snakes. These snakes will commonly be encountered in the down south and western part of the country.
Northern Copperhead- This snake loves the taste of the small rodent. However, it will also prey upon amphibians, insects, small birds, and other snakes. The female species will have a territory that range at about 24 acre. You may encounter them at the rock crevices, under the slab piles, old buildings, and others.
Massasauga Rattlesnake- The name of this snake is derived from the term used by the Chippewa tribe. This is one of the two rattlesnakes that thrive in Ohio. They can be found in wetlands, meadows, and fields. Once the temperature drops, this snake will go through a hibernation mode.
Timber Rattlesnake- The timber rattlesnake, also known as canebrake is found in the wooded areas. They will hibernate on the crevices of the rock. Some of the favorite meal of this animal includes mice, chipmunk, rats, and squirrels. They will be active in the summer season and will go through a short-term torpor state during autumn.
The biggest threat that is being faced by most snakes in Ohio would be habitat loss. Non-venomous snake are passive and will not attack unless they are provoked. Most of the snakes that you will encounter in Ohio will be harmless.
Eastern Worm Snake- The eastern worm snake has a rear fang and solid tooth. They may grow to up to 34cm in length. They are subspecies of the worm snake that are common in wetlands and woodlands. It is not easy to see this snake since they prefer to hide under the burrow.
Kirtland’s Snake- This is a threatened species that is protected under the law. Killing them whether intentional or unintentional will be subjected to legal repercussion. It is a small snake with a narrow body frame. It has an average length of about 12-18 inches.
Racer-This is a snake that will kill its enemy through constriction. Some subspecies of the racer snake is also threatened. They are non-aggressive and will immediately escape if bothered.
These are just some of the snakes that you may find in Ohio. By being aware of the identity of the snake, you will know which snake can harm you and which snake can be beneficial to your environment.
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