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The article that I am writing about today is the exploration and information on snakes and how they are interesting and important There are over 2700 different types of snakes in the whole wide world Of those snakes there are only 49 in the state of Alabama I myself am part-owner of 5 types of these snakes and one is a six ft red-tailed Boa a ball python a corn snake one king snake and a garter snake Most people would classify me and the other owner of these particular snakes as very weird individuals Out of the very small amount of snakes in Alabama there are only a very select few of venomous snakes that we come in contact with A few of these snakes include copperheads rattlesnakes pygmy rattlesnakes coral snakes and cottonmouths Many of the other snakes that we see are harmlessit just seems as every snake we see must be venomous because people dont necessarily know anything about the snake because of what they see on television Most people think The best type of snake is a dead snake but that saying is not necessarily true Believe it or not there are some snakes that are very beneficial to our community One of these snakes include the chicken snake There is no such thing as just a chicken snake though The reason Im saying this is because it is just a classification for a multiple species of harmless snakes These snakes include rat snakes and corn snakes too They are helpful to us because they tend to get rid of pests and simply have no interest in humans Im not applying that they want to be picked up and played with but they are generally a good snake to keep around if you have one in the neighborhood Another special type of snake that is helpful to us would be the Speckled King snake also known as a Florida King snake
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