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The dark heavy-bodied cottonmouth, often called a water moccasin, is seen near bodies of water and is more likely to be aggressive than the three venomous poisonous species in Texas. Notic

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Submitted on Friday, June 20, 2014.

The dark heavy-bodied cottonmouth, often called a water moccasin, is seen near bodies of water and is more likely to be aggressive than the three venomous poisonous species in Texas. Notice the white tissue in its mouth which lends to its name and is displayed when it feels threatened.

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