OBTW, don't get too worked up about coral snakes, anyway. Granted, the venom is extremely bad (neurotoxin) and it can kill you pretty quickly. However, coral snakes do not have front fangs like a rattlesnake. Coral snakes have to bite you with their whole mouth since the venom comes from the back teeth. Due to the difficulty of "biting" a person that way, they almost have to find some delicate flap of skin and chew for a minute. For that reason, an alert adult would almost never be killed by a coral snake. A defenseless baby might be a different story, or maybe a drunk laying on the ground. Now, rattlesnakes are a completely different story altogether. Still, it is best to just give them a wide berth.
I was in military training in Louisiana, and we used to pick up coral snakes and pygmy rattlers and drop them into an empty canteen, and then leave that sitting around.