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How to identify a poisonous coral snake from a harmless king or milk snake

In this video I explain how to tell the difference in the color bands on the two types of snakes. Remember:  black and red, friend of Jack,black and yellow, kill a fellow. So what you’re looking for to identify the dangerous snake is to see if the yellow and black bands actually touch each other. That is how to tell the difference between the two types of snakes.

How to Tell the Difference Between a Poisonous Coral Snake & a Non-Poisonous King Snake —powered by eHow.com

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  1. It’s funny they look nothing alike when you put them next to each other but they can be hard to distinguish alone!

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