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If nothing has changed, and he's still eating and acting normal, there's probably nothing to worry about. Snakes often change color as they age, some very dramatically (e.g. green tree pythons, cotton mouths, copper heads. This guy has a video going into some detail about corns specifically.). See if it's still there after his next shed. That's about all I ...


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The snakes stop eating fish when there are no more fish. You can try killing the snakes, but they are fast. I did kill one by putting a fish trap under the water; the snake went in, could not find the opening and drowned. If the snake is slow and mostly black, it is probably a cottonmouth, which does not eat many fish, but you shouldn't mess with it.


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