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How can snakes get in your house?

Snakes enter a building if they're lured in by dark, damp, cool areas or if they're looking for small animals like rats and mice for food. There are several ways that snakes can be discouraged from entering a home. The home can be less attractive to small animals and snakes if the vegetation around the house is cut short.

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