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One of the most common snakes in North America, the venomous Copperhead, is lurking in the ground’s brown foliage.

These venomous snakes have triangular, coppery-colored heads and bodies covered in light or pinkish-brown skin wrapped with numerous hourglass markings.

Because of the hemotoxins in its venom, a copperhead bite can temporarily harm muscles, affect the circulatory system, and create breathing problems. The venom in a copperhead’s bite is rarely lethal, and the snake only bites to warn of danger or to defend itself.

However, by tearing at the flesh and inflicting harm, their powerful teeth compensate for the lack of venom.