California Red-Sided Garter Snake: What You Need To Know
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The California Red-Sided Garter Snake is a relatively common snake found in the Western United States. They are non-venomous, eat invertebrates (mostly earthworms, slugs, and snails), and to reproduce they lay eggs. These snakes like to spend their time in shady, moist areas near ponds or streams. They are often seen in suburban neighborhoods near
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Tiger Snake: The Facts on Their Favored Habitat And Diet
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The tiger snake is a large, heavy-bodied species of elapid snake found in Australia. It belongs to the genus Notechis. Tiger snakes are found throughout Australia but are most common in coastal regions. They are also found in urban areas, where they prey on rats and mice, which often congregate in homes and commercial buildings.
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Texas Brown Snake: What You Need to Know 2021
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Texas brown snake is small, nonvenomous snakes that grow up to 48 inches long. They can live close to human populations and occasionally enter homes. The Texas brown snake’s diet includes rodents, birds, amphibians, and small lizards. It shelters in a variety of places such as inside logs, underneath rocks or boards on the ground,
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The Rough Green Snake: What You Need to Know
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The rough green snake is a small non-venomous reptile that inhabits the eastern and southern United States. This species is chiefly active during the day and is known for its preference for areas with tall, dense vegetation. Rough green snakes are rarely found in open spaces where they would be more vulnerable to predators. They
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