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Photo of a Florida Banded Water Snake

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Photo of a Florida Banded Water Snake
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

The green treefrog, spotted leopard frog, and Florida banded water snake (above) are three of the most frequently killed species on U.S. 441. The Florida banded water snake lives in gator holes. It's a fish-eater and harmless to humans.

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