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Venomous coral snake spotted at Memorial Park

HOUSTON TX – ‘Watch your step out there!”

Redditor Christian Seehausen wrote out to alert his fellow Houstonians about a rare coral snake sited near a trail he was traveling through in Memorial Park.

Seehausen posted the picture saying: “this was just a foot or two off the trail, right next to a bench on the Inner Loop trail near the Nature Center.”

Coral snake spotted at Memorial Park | Courtesy of Reddit/Christian Seehausen

According to Texas Parks and Wildlife, coral snakes are one of four types of venomous snake species within Texas and are typically non-aggressive unless triggered but its bite can be deadly.

The snake can be identified by its small mouth and red, yellow, and black ordered stripes.

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