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Discussion in 'Reptile Reference Photos' started by eddieb, Oct 23, 2008.

  1. I must have stepped over this guy while I was looking up into some trees along the field road while I was trying to photograph some birds.
    When I turned around to start back the way I had come there he was about 10ft away between me and my truck.
    He had his mouth open the whole time I was shooting.
  2. fishmedic

    fishmedic R.I.P. Alli !

    Re: Granddaddy Copperhead

    Is that a copperhead or a cottonmouth?? ???

  3. Re: Granddaddy Copperhead

    I think thats Florida cottonmouth
  4. Kerby Ross

    Kerby Ross KSU - Class of '83; U.S. Army - Infantry (83-92)

    That's a Cottonmouth

    That's not a Copperhead.


  5. Re: Granddaddy Copperhead

    as the pics went on, I would agree with the cottonmouth, and one getting POed at that... love that threat display...
  6. Re: Granddaddy Copperhead

    I stand corrected! I guess that's why I don't do reptiles. I do know it scared me almost to death! Thanks for the correction though.
    I corrected my original post for those that may be seaching for Cottonmouth reference photos.
  7. raremar

    raremar New Member

    Re: Granddaddy Copperhead

    I suspect its a pregnant female and cottonmouths will display their mouths as a warning. She was just chilling, warming up the babies inside. they are ovoviviparous., live birth.
  8. Twisted.

    Twisted. Knowledge speaks, but wisdom listens.

    Re: Granddaddy Copperhead

    Every cottonmouth ive ever seen has had its mouth open like that, they dont like humans at all.
  9. jlp

    jlp New Member

    Re: Granddaddy Copperhead

    a Florida cotton mouth in Mississippi? ??? ??? ???
  10. Re: Granddaddy Copperhead

  11. Re: Granddaddy Copperhead

    Lucky that dude didn't crawl up your leg!!
  12. Kevin Halle

    Kevin Halle Active Member

    Re: Granddaddy Copperhead

    They are usually pretty aggressive! Thats a mean snake right there!
  13. Re: Granddaddy Copperhead

    I dont like either snake to big for me to be stepping over cool pics though
  14. Re: Granddaddy Copperhead

    they are agressive but usualy just bluff but they are dang good bluffers they will charge you and at last second stop and turn
    i have had them crawl in the boat with me and have had way too many encounter than i care for .
  15. rayray38821

    rayray38821 New Member

    Re: Granddaddy Copperhead

    That is a cotton mouth. I killed one back in 93 that was 5 ft long, if I can find the pic I will post it.