How to Identify the Northern Water Snake
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The Northern Water Snake is a large, nonvenomous snake that inhabits freshwater habitats across North America. The body is a uniform dull gray or brown, usually with a row of dark spots down the back and a light belly. The most notable feature of a juvenile watersnake is its distinctive yellow dorsal stripe, which is
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How to Identify the Texas Indigo Snake
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The Texas Indigo Snake is a fairly large nonvenomous snake that can grow to be six feet long. However, this subspecies of the indigo snake has distinctive markings which are found on its head, neck, and back. As the name suggests, the subspecies are typically found in Texas and parts of Mexico. The subspecies’ color
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Ribbon Snake: What You Should Know About This Snake
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Ribbon snake is quite strong swimmers and strong too. They will use their elastic bodies to catch prey, then constrict it. They often hunt water bugs. If you are lucky enough to spot one of these beauties, make sure that you don’t give them a fright by suddenly throwing something into the water or making
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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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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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The Dragon Snake: What You Need to Know About This Snake
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Dragon snake is a special animal that has scales like a dragon and body of a snake. They are usually found in the rivers and seas near the water. Dragon snakes are loved by many people for their beauty and uniqueness. Dragon snakes live in both water and on land. They are usually the size
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The Diamondback Water Snake: All You Need To Know
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Diamondback water snake is an aquatic snake that is found in the United States, Mexico, Central America, and South America. These snakes are very large, with adults averaging 3-4 feet but occasionally reaching lengths of more than 8 feet. They are non-venomous, with a diet consisting of fish, frogs, birds, and even other snakes. They
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Banded Water Snake: What You Need To Know
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The banded water snake (Natrix fasciata) is a nonvenomous colubrid found in Eastern North America. It is often mistaken for the Northern Water Snake, but can be distinguished by the presence of three dark stripes down the back. This small snake is typically 18 to 38 inches long. The maximum reported total length is 72
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Wolf Snake: A Guide to These Mesmerizing Reptiles
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Indian wolf snakes are found in South Asia and Southeast Asia. This is a non-venomous snake. It looks like a common krait snake, which is a very venomous snake of India. Wolf Snake Appearance If their names seem comical to you, Wolf Snakes are actually a serious foe. They are a lot smaller than the
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