Copperhead Animal Pictures
Close-up of venomous Copperhead Snake. Its head, whose color gives the snake its common name, is broad and wedge-shaped.
Northern Copperhead (agkistrodon contortrix mokasen) on leaf litter - taken in New Jersey. Its ground color is pale brown to pinkish-brown, and it has darker, hour-glass shaped bands down its body.
The body of the Copperhead ranges from 2 to usually less than 4 feet, but it is robust.
The Copperhead’s scales are keeled, and their eyes have vertical pupils that make them resemble cat’s eyes.
Female Osage Copperhead, Agkistrodon contortrix phaeogaster, and neonate baby copperheads shortly after live birth.
Broad-Banded Copperhead, Agkistrodon laticinctus isolated on a white background.
Will Cicadas Cause More Snakes
Large copperhead snake, a snake native to the United States, will readily eat Cicadas.
Northern Copperhead (agkistrodon contortrix mokasen) on leaf litter - taken in New Jersey
A Northern Copperhead (Agkistrodon contortrix mokasen) lying on leaf litter, taken in New Jersey.
Trans-Pecos Copperhead, Agkistrodon laticinctus pictigaster, lying on gravel.
Broad-Band Copperhead snake (Agkistrodon laticinctus) on black background
Southern Copperhead Snake stock photo USA, Snake, Copperhead, Camouflage, Poisonous A Copperhead snake hiding in the leaves.
Copperheads are easily hidden on the ground because of their color.