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[boo l-sneyk] /ˈbʊlˌsneɪk/
any of several large North American constrictors of the genus Pituophis, as the gopher snake and pine snake, that feed chiefly upon small rodents.
Origin of bullsnake
1775-85, Americanism; bull1 + snake Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • To submit a bullsnake sighting, please complete as much of the information below as you think is worth noting.
  • Unlike the timber rattlesnake, the bullsnake has a heavily patterned head and a pointed tail.
  • As a defense mechanism, a bullsnake will shake its tail to imitate a rattlesnake.
  • They generally avoid the wetlands and denser vegetation of the uplands that the bullsnake prefers.
  • The report of a bullsnake could not be verified by this survey.

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