What kind of snakes are these in the picture?
The one on the left didn't appear to have a rattler. I live in central Texas.
not confident, but I think the one on the left could be a rat snake.
The snake on the left is an eastern hognose and the one on the right is a texas brown snake. They are both harmless thankfully.
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