It's mating season for the Florida water snake, and that means it's Valentine's Day for those little guys all Spring.

As you probably already figured out, the Florida water snake is a snake that lives in water. Lake Hollingsworth in Lakeland, Florida is a popular hangout and ecosystem for the snakes.

Now that it's basically Spring for Florida, it's time to make more snakes. They do this on land, and they tend to congregate while they pick out their mate for the season, shortly before, well, getting busy. All together, at the same time.

In an orgy.

A snake orgy.

Lakeland Parks and Rec in their Facebook post said "It appears they have congregated for mating."

The species of snake isn't venomous, and isn't too aggressive.

Once mating season is over, the snakes will stop their wild and crazy party and return to the water.

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