Snakes of Missouri

Eastern Hog-nosed Snake (non-venomous) Missouri's non-venomous snakes have rounded pupils. Jim Rathert T o m R. Johnson Jim Rathert The rattle is a familiar characteristic of rattlesnakes.

Kentucky Snakes

However, a bite from a black snake or any other non-venomous snake in and of itself will not make a person sick. Prairie Kingsnake ( Lampropeltis c. calligaster ) ...

by Andrew L. Shiels

tered a snake, the snake did not survive the experience. Snakes have often been characterized as evil or sinister. On the contrary, snakes do

Introduction to the Snakes of Oklahoma

Snake Bites, Venom, and Poisonous Snakes The best cure for snakebite is to avoid being bitten. Considerable controversy exists over the "proper" method for treating snakebite, ...

Eastern Indigo Snake Drymarchon corais couperi

Recovery Plan Status: Contribution (May 1999) Geographic Coverage: South Florida T he eastern indigo snake is a large, black, nonvenomous snake found in the southeastern U.S.

Snakes of Papua New Guinea

Clinical Management of Snakebite in Papua New Guinea Chapter 2 - 2.1 - Snakes of Papua New Guinea David Williams Introduction Papua New Guinea is home to a wide diversity of snake species which have adapted to live in almost all habitats; from coastal mangroves through to highland forests.

How to Take Care of Garter Snakes

Page 2 of 7 because mice are more nutritious than worms. Again, it's quite difficult to overfeed a baby garter snake. Note that a snake's metabolism goes up and down with the temperature: a snake kept in a house without air conditioning during a warm summer will get hungrier faster than a snake ...


Wash the bite with soap and water. Immobilize the bitten area and keep it lower than your heart. What not to do if bitten by a venomous snake Do not attempt to draw venom from a wound by sucking.

Ball Python

Live rodents can injure the snake, sometimes fatally. Housing Size - 20-gallon tank or larger to accommodate normal behavior and exercise Substrate - Aspen shavings, ...

Brown Watersnake ( Nerodia taxispilota ) Stacey Vigil

1 Introduction The brown watersnake is a nonvenomous but intimidating-looking snake. Its large, stout body can often be seen hanging from branches over rivers and streams throughout the southeastern United States.

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