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Keeled Rat Snake (Ptyas carinatus) from Thailand [This is a posed photo since this is more typically hanging out in trees than on rocks, but the area it is sitting on is great idea of the forest floor you could have under sturdy branches]

Keeled Rat Snake (Ptyas carinatus) from Thailand [This is a posed photo since this is more typically hanging out in trees than on rocks, but the area it is sitting on is great idea of the forest floor you could have under sturdy branches]

Northern Redbelly Snake - Bremer County IA

Northern Redbelly Snake - Bremer County IA

Eastern Ribbon Snake (Thamnophis sauritus)

Ribbon and Garter Snakes

Ribbon snakes and garter snakes are small, non-venomous, mild-tempered reptiles that eat insects and small rodents. Photos and information about these garden-friendly brown-and-yellow snakes.

Diamond-backed Water Snake

Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries

Copperhead

Snakes are amongst the most feared things on earth and here's a list of the seven venomous species that live in Louisiana as well as their respective locations.

northern redbelly snake

Learn about the northern red-bellied snake

Mississippi Green Water Snake

Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries

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