Upon this, he sent them a water snake,I.3 who with 367 his sharp teeth began to gobble them up one after another.
We had seen the black snake and the water snake the day previous.
The water snake has the plates on the underside of the tail in two rows, the moccasin in a single row.
He is a water snake; sometimes in the spring and sometimes on the land.
A water snake slithered through the grass, almost touching her hand.
A water snake wriggles down the bank, disturb'd, into the water.
But primarily only one kind of snake, a cobra, was selected; and it is not a water snake, and cannot live in or under water.
Aratus says “the Crow form seems to peck the fold of the water snake” (Hydra).
The aggressor was of the black kind, six feet long; the fugitive was a water snake, nearly of equal dimensions.
Louise quickly jerked back her hand as a water snake slithered past.