Snake Sightings Are Expected To Drastically Increase Across Texas This Summer

Snakes are no rarity here in Texas, but they don’t come out all year. The slithering serpents are most active during the summer, which means it’s high time to start keeping an eye out. Here’s everything you need to know:

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Have you spotted a snake yet this season? What precautions are you taking to keep them out of your yard? Let us know, and check out our previous article for more creepy crawlers: These 9 Bugs Found In Texas Will Send Shivers Down Your Spine.

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