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www.wcnc.com/article/news/local/black-snakes-v-copperheads-tips-to-keep-safe/...

And we do get a lot of calls about people who do get snakes inside their garages but it’s usually a black rat snake. You might see a long skin, kind of neutral in color, and that is usually from ...

appalachianmagazine.com/2016/07/05/4-lies-youve-probably-heard-about-black-snakes

Though it is true that black snakes have been known to eat copperheads and other poisonous snakes, the reality is that a black rat snake is just as likely to “befriend” a copperhead or rattlesnake – especially during the cold months – in an effort to keep each other warm as they hibernate.

www.snakesforpets.com/what-kind-of-snakes-eat-other-snakes

Do Black Snakes Eat Copperhead Snakes? This depends on the breed of Black Snake that is taken into consideration. The two most common Black Snakes in the USA are Black Rat Snakes and Black Racers. While Black Racers may feed upon Copperheads and Rattlesnakes, it’s rare. They will only really be brave enough to hunt a hatchling.

www.pestwiki.com/rat-snake-facts-species

Rat snakes will eat any rodent smaller than them and will resort to eating insects when necessary; These fun and interesting rat snake facts will help you become an ambassador for the rat snake and teach others all about these beautiful creatures.

www.answers.com/Q/Do_black_snakes_eat_copperhead_snakes

Rat snakes in general are not snake eaters, feeding mostly on birds and rodents but will eat other snakes on ocasion, while Kingsnakes are well known snake eaters as is the Indigo and the venomous ...

www.quora.com/Do-black-snakes-eat-copperheads

Which black snakes are you referring to? There are many snake species that are mostly black or entirely black in color. Let’s see: Are referring to kingsnakes? Kingsnakes are part of the genus Lampropeltis, which contains many species and not all ...

todayshomeowner.com/dealing-with-black-snakes-around-your-home-or-garden

Dealing with Black Snakes Around Your Home or Garden. By. ... Black racers do occasionally kill and eat other snakes. Black rat snakes, however, aren’t known for snake killing. In fact, they sometimes will even hibernate with other species of snakes, including copperheads and rattlesnakes. Myth #2: Black snakes mate with copperheads.

therebelchick.com/this-is-why-you-dont-kill-black-snakes

Listen here, I live in NC and black snakes rule here. I have watched one eat a copperhead. Here they all are easily over 6 ft! I have a skin that’s 12 ft long. This is no king snake, though kings do eat venomous snakes, black snakes do as well. I grew up handling and playing with them. So end of convo it’s a black snake.

www.farmanddairy.com/columns/copperhead-or-milk-snake-or-rat-snake/74296.html

Copperhead or milk snake or rat snake? ... Nonpoisonous snakes are harmless. They eat mice, rats and chipmunks. Having them near the house is a good thing. ... milk snakes and copperheads can be ...

www.virginiaherpetologicalsociety.com/venomous-look-a-likes/copperhead-look-a-likes/...

Without copperheads and other rodent eating snakes there would be a drastic increase in crop/food damage and rodent spread diseases. While Copperheads are venomous they are very placid snakes that only bite if stepped on or otherwise threatened. If you see a copperhead, leave it alone and rest assured it will do its best to avoid you.