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They’ll also lose their yellow/green tail tip. Besides sea-snakes, there are two common snakes that can live in or near water - the cottonmouth (water moccasin) and the water snake. 5:49. You’ll see this in longer water moccasins, around 4 feet long, because these are the older specimens. (Note: this photo was sent to us by an Extension client who needlessly killed the snake and asked that we confirm that it was a venomous species. Kamp Kenan S2 Episode 17 - Duration: 22:27. 6 Venomous Snakes of Florida! Water moccasins don’t form “nests” in the water; they’re solitary creatures, and even their young quickly go their own ways after coming into this world. The older snakes can lose so much of their coloration that it disappears completely. Not only can snakes bite underwater, but water moccasins join a list of more than 20 species of venomous snakes in the United States making them even more of a threat. As a water moccasin grows older, their coloration becomes darker. Eventually, their top becomes a ruddy black, and their underside becomes whiter. HOW TO ACCURATELY IDENTIFY A WATER MOCCASIN - Duration: 5:49. This venomous Water Moccasin has an obviously thick, (top to bottom) blocky head. However, by killing the snake they greatly increased their chances of being bitten--it is always best to leave snakes alone!) Papa Pepper 391,681 views.