Are cottonmouth snakes?
A cottonmouth snake is a pit-viper. A close cousin of the rattlesnake. It is distinguished by having white inside of its mouth instead of the usual pink. The cottonmouth is often found in scrub near a lake or stream. It normally feeds on small rodents and birds that come to the water to drink.
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