The top 5 most potentially dangerous non-venomous snakes.
Looking for snakes in my backyard. And Finding Toads, Turtles and Salamanders too!
Rat snakes are very harmless non aggressive snakes that serve us all by hunting and eating rodents. The only problems humans encounter with rat snakes is in the cases when they raise chickens.
Description of the fascinating types of snakes found around the world, with pictures and videos.
The King snake is the KING of snakes in most every domain or region in which they live, and what that means is that they EAT other snakes, and other things that we humans tend to find undesirable, especially high on the "undesirable" list of King Snake snack foods are rodents such as rats and mice....
What is scale rot? Scientifically it is known as necrotic dermatitis. Snakes, such as ball pythons, and other reptiles like bearded dragons, can get exposed and infected to bacteria in warm and too moist environments. I go over how to identify and treat scale rot. I included a video where I...
Who said Britain's wildlife was dull? Take a look at the beautiful Adder. Okay, he may not be as big as his tropical cousins, but he can survive in places that the 'big boys' are too wimpy to live in!
Recently, the fossils of the biggest snake that has ever lived were uncovered in South America. The snake, known as Titanoboa was so large that it made the monstrous pythons and anacondas of today look like worms.
How can you tell if a snake is venomous? Let's compare two different snake species, one harmless (corn snake) one venomous (copperhead).
This hub features pictures, quick facts, venom facts and short summaries of 17 species of elapids. Elapids are the group containing cobras, mambas, sea snakes, kraits, death adders, and coral snakes.