Beware Of Extra Copperheads Out Snacking On Cicadas In Florida This Spring

For many Floridians, spring is already in the air. Despite a few cold snaps here and there, spring has officially sprung, and we’re ready for all of it. All of it except for maybe…the extra copperhead snakes that might be roaming about? While copperheads aren’t necessarily found everywhere in Florida, with the rise of cicadas this year, they might be around more than usual hunting for snacks. Here’s everything you need to know about copperheads in Florida this spring.

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So, have you ever seen copperheads in Florida before? Share with us your experience in the comments section! Or, if you want to read more about different species invading Florida, then check out everything to know about the red-headed lizards.

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