Seen at a relative's home in Minneola, Florida.
Photographed in a garage the other day; refuses
to leave for some reason.
Any reason to fear this snake?
What type of snake is it?
Picture at:

Thanks in advance to anyone who can
help.
Seen at a relative's home in Minneola, Florida. Photographed in a garage the other day; refuses to leave for some reason. Any reason to fear this snake? What type of snake is it? Picture at: [/nq]
That is a very pretty corn snake. No reason to fear it. It might act tough, but it's not venomous.
The garage probably lots of nooks and crannies to hide out in. And (if it's anything like my garage), the snake might have found mice in there.
We have a large female corn snake as a pet. Had her from a tiny hatchling. Only bit anyone once, when she was little, by mistake. (I was lifing up her shelter and she apparently thought the tip of my finger was food she was being fed pinky mice at the time. Most definitely a feeding bite; she was determined to hang on.)

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Seen at a relative's home in Minneola, Florida. Photographed in a garage the other day; refuses to leave for some reason. Any reason to fear this snake? What type of snake is it? Picture at: [/nq]
As Pat said, that's a lovely corn snake. Harmless and will keep down the pest population.
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