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  CoaGar-3447.jpg - Coast or Western Terrestrial Gartersnake (Thamnophis elegans terrestris) - juvenile (about 14" long)? - in mid-canyon restoration area, Claremont Canyon, Oakland, CA on Aug. 12, 2007, by Kay Loughman. ID by Ken Burton.  Nonvenomous. Gartersnakes have toxins in their saliva which can be deadly to their prey and their bite might produce an unpleasant reaction in humans, but they are not considered dangerous to humans.  
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Coast or Western Terrestrial Gartersnake (Thamnophis elegans terrestris) - juvenile (about 14" long)? - in mid-canyon restoration area, Claremont Canyon, Oakland, CA on Aug. 12, 2007, by Kay Loughman. ID by Ken Burton. Nonvenomous. Gartersnakes have toxins in their saliva which can be deadly to their prey and their bite might produce an unpleasant reaction in humans, but they are not considered dangerous to humans.
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