Description of the fascinating types of snakes found around the world, with pictures and videos.
We humans have inborn complex behaviors toward snakes that are not based upon prior experience. These behaviors are called instincts. It is from instincts that were are able to tell a snake is a scaring, slithering and terrifying creature that...
A glimpse at some of Oklahoma's more bashful wildlife. The ringneck snake is a common, but seldom seen, inhabitant of our yards, woods, and gardens. Learn more about this tiny snake.
Basic information about a widespread and venomous North American Pit Viper, and the author's own personal experiences with such snakes.
Yes, snakes are vertebrate and they do have bones. The snake skeleton is highly specialised, they have many more vertebrae than other reptiles, and some have teeth that evolved into fangs.
The Faint - Banded Sea snake, also known as Hydrophis belcheri or Belcher's Sea Snake, is the world’s most poisonous/venomous snake. By the way, we say ‘snakes are venomous’ and not ‘snakes are poisonous’. Hydrophis belcheri snakes lives...
The top 5 most potentially dangerous non-venomous snakes.
These are the world's most dangerous, deadly snakes for humans: Find out about the habits of each snake, where they live, and how to avoid them.
The coral snake is the most deadly snake in the United States. Coral snakes aren't aggressive though, and prefer to never bite people.
Tropical living isn't only beaches and palm trees. There are insects, birds, and yes even snakes. The red tailed boa is the largest snake we have encountered on our farm. See how we deal with them.