POSTED: Wednesday, August 10, 2011 - 6:24pm
UPDATED: Thursday, August 11, 2011 - 12:06pm
Creepy crawlers coming into cars and homes
Tyler, TX — The East Texas drought is affecting everyday life for everyone and everything. Animals are hurting too.
Now environmental experts say reptiles are suffering as well.
Experts say snakes, like humans, and animals alike need the essentials to survive.
Now with one of the worst drought's in history, they're having to search for the basics in places where they may not necessarily belong.
Officials say the snake's natural habitat's are drying up everyday.
Officials say water moccasin's, and rattlesnakes are native to east texas.
Experts say to keep the snakes away, keep your yard neat and tidy, and the windows up in your car.
Watch the video above to see East Texan's reactions to the creepy crawlers.