HORTONVILLE, Wis. — Hortonville Police say a rumor going around that a 14-foot rattlesnake has been spotted in the area is not true.
It was determined to be a Fox (Pine) snake.
A witness said it was making a rattling sound which is common when a Fox snake feels threatened.
There were also rumors that someone released the snake into the wild from a neighborhood. Police say that is not true either. Fox snakes are common.
Police say two local DNR wardens were unable to locate the snake.
Fox snakes are not venomous.
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