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Is The Water Moccasin In Michigan?

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The Water Moccasin has a southern range that does not extend into Michigan.  All snakes swim, but whenever someone reports a Water Moccasin in Michigan, it inevitably turns out to be the non-venomous Northern Water Snake.

www.michigan.gov,1607,7-153-10370_12145_12201-61196--,00.html

The only venomous snake in Michigan is the Massasauga Rattlesnake.
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There are many strong suspicions that water moccasins or other wise known as cottonmouths are in Michigan. I have ran into 7 very aggressive snakes as big as mountain bike inter tubes and bigger I have found all of them in bushes next to rivers, under bridges, and in mossy areas in swamps. They were all a dark black top and a tinted yellow underbelly. I am positive that these snakes are in Michigan but I also live on the border of Michigan and Indiana.
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Yeah, my dad thinks so, and I almost stepped on a snake that looks like a moccasin in the huron river.

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