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Snakes of Alabama set for Little River Canyon National Preserve

This presentation will cover the many snakes found in Alabama. (Photo: MGN Online) This presentation will cover the many snakes found in Alabama. (Photo: MGN Online)
FT. PAYNE, AL (WAFF) -

Jacksonville State University Professor Dr. George Cline will present "Snakes of Alabama" at 10 a.m. at the Little River Canyon Center on Oct. 26.

This presentation will cover the identifying features of some of Alabama's snakes and will feature several live snakes at the presentation.

Sixty-six snakes live in Alabama, eleven of which are venomous, including timber rattlers and copperheads.

All are invited to this free, educational and entertaining event. For more information, please call (256) 845-9605 or visit http://www.nps.gov/liri or http://www.facebook.com/lirinps.

Source: Little River Canyon National Preserve

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