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Yipes! id needed

I have a snake that is unfamiliar to me... who know a site I get an id

This is a black snake with bright yellow diamonds on it... to the tune
of 5ft easy. Gorgeous for a snake, but definitely not my usual gardener
snake here in Illinois.

The guys at work got me going today... tell me it was someone's pet that
got loose and it is poisonous... I need to know in my mind if it is or
isn't. Once I figure that out, I will decide if it has to go or not. Way
to many kids, dogs, and fish here if it is poisonous.


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