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for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 29 Issue 5, May 1965
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Although the history and folklore of the Great Dismal Swamp are well documented, very little comprehensive study has been made to this day of the swamp's flora and fauna. Rageot gives a general description of the swamp and discusses its geology and flora and fauna, including birds, mammals, and fishes.
The eastern kingsnake is one of the most colorful and best known of North Carolina's snakes. Except for the higher mountain regions, it is found throughout the state. It is an efficient predator of small rodents and a notorious, indiscriminate eater of other snakes, both venomous and harmless alike.