A new study shows that the number of copperhead snakes is rising in Georgia while the number of king snakes, which prey on copperheads, is falling.
A new study shows that the number of copperhead snakes is rising in Georgia while the number of king snakes, which prey on copperheads, is falling.
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published Saturday, March 8th, 2014
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SAVANNAH, Ga. — As kingsnakes decline in localized areas of the Southeast, the abundance of one of their common meals — the venomous copperhead — seems to be increasing.

  • March 9th, 2014  |
  • By The Savannah Morning News

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