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Snake Control Products

Get Rid of Snakes with Snake Control Products from Nixalite.  Use snake repellents and snake traps to keep snakes out of where you live, work and play. 

Snakes (suborder Serpentes) are elongated, limbless, flexible reptiles.  There are about 2,900 species of snakes.  Of these, 375 are venomous.  Snakes are found throughout the world except Antarctica, Iceland, Ireland, Greenland and New Zealand.  Most snake species lay eggs, but some species give birth to live young. Snakes eat their prey whole and are able to consume prey three times larger than the diameter of their head because their lower jaw can separate from the upper jaw.  - defenders.org website

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Copper Blocker Pest Stopper
Copper Blocker Pest Stopper
Keep small birds, bats, rodents and insects from getting through the cracks with Copper Blocker pest stopper. 100 foot roll x 5 inches.
Snake-A-Way Granular Snake Repellent
Snake-A-Way Granular Snake Repellent
Snake Away is a university tested and patented, outdoor repellent that keeps listed snakes out from areas where people live, work or play.
Cahaba Snake Traps
Cahaba Snake Traps
Cahaba snake traps work indoors and outdoors, 24 hours a day, rain or shine. The replaceable glue trap Catch Inserts make it affordable and very versatile.
Snake Guard™ Snake Traps
Snake Guard™ Snake Traps
An effective, safe and humane method of capturing and removing snakes from where you live, work and play.
Stick-Em Glue Traps for Snakes
Stick-Em Glue Traps for Snakes
Economical Stick-Em Glue Traps for indoor snake capture and relocation. Stick-Em Glue Traps for Snakes will trap and hold snakes rats, mice, spiders, scorpions and other nuisance insects.

FACTS: Often observed flicking its tongue, snakes use their forked tongue to smell the air. Snakes are ectotherms, meaning they must regulate their body temperature externally by sunning themselves or retreating to cool, shaded areas. Snakes hibernate during the winter. Snakes must shed their skin three to six times per year.  - defenders.org website