Snake plant or nah?

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Hey guys

Is this a Snake plant?
I have been looking for one for ages and the people in the shop were not helpful.
I think it's very healthy and potentially quite young.
It does have a ew damaged leaves. What could I do about the ripped leaves?
Also any survival tips to keep it this healthy would be amazing.
 

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I know there are various types of plants referred to as Snake plants, but this is what I typically think of when I hear Snake plant

 
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Hey guys

Is this a Snake plant?
I have been looking for one for ages and the people in the shop were not helpful.
I think it's very healthy and potentially quite young.
It does have a ew damaged leaves. What could I do about the ripped leaves?
Also any survival tips to keep it this healthy would be amazing.
That looks more like a Lily. It is definitely not a Snake Plant...see Roadrunner's post above.
 
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