(AccuWeather.com) As the Texas drought continues, snakes will be on the move in search of food before hibernation. If the snakes can not get enough food to build their fat stores, it will be hard for them to remain in hibernation throughout the winter months.
Not only will the snakes be in search of food, they will also be attracted to areas where they will find water.
"The drought has dried all of the grass that the rodents normally feed on," said Central Texas snake expert, Jerry Cates.
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