Black-necked Gartersnake Thamnophis cyrtopsis The black-necked gartersnake is named for large blotches on either side of its neck. It is a semi-aquatic species and is usually found near a water source. As a defense, black-necked gartersnakes will bite, defecate, and emit a foul smelling musk. Young are live- born. Total length: 16 - 46 in 41 - cm Diet: Frogs, toads, tadpoles, fish, lizards. Coachwhip Masticophis flagellum The coachwhip is a long, slender snake.
Facts About Water Snakes
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Snakes are among the most misunderstood of all animals. As a result, many harmless, beneficial snakes have met untimely deaths at the hands of shovel-wielding humans. Of the dozen or so species of snakes found in Washington, only the Western rattlesnake is capable of inflicting a venomous bite, which it seldom does. Snakes should be left alone, and except for a rattlesnake that poses an immediate danger to people or pets, no snake should ever be killed. Observe snakes, like all wild animals, from a respectful distance. All snakes are an important part of the natural food chain, eating a variety of prey—from mice and birds to frogs and insects. Three species of garter snakes occur in Washington.
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Snakes in the Garden- the Good, the Bad and the Ugly
A Guide to the Amphibians and Reptiles of California. This is a list of links to all the short videos of snakes that you can find on the individual snake pages. The list is in alphabetical order using the Latin names. Some videos include sound, many do not. These simple videos are intended to show how a snake moves or to show it in its habitat, but some of them show interesting behavior.
Few things scare people more than encountering a snake while swimming in a river or lake. And it resembles some of the harmless water snakes. There are several species of water snakes in Texas. They are non-venomous, but the venomous cottonmouth is semi-aquatic and also found near and in water.