As of September 2015, websites for National Geographic, Smithsonian magazine, the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission, and the University of Kentucky present photographs of snakes. National Geographic has a snake gallery that includes both images and descriptions of snakes, including king cobras, yellow anacondas and the death adders.
Pictures on Smithsonian magazine's site show snakes in a variety of interesting positions, such as tightly coiled or looped. The photographer presents all images against a stark black background. The Fish and Boat Commission offers an illustrated guide to some Pennsylvania snakes, including Eastern garter snakes, rattlesnakes and worm snakes. University of Kentucky's Kentucky Snake Identification site organizes it photos into categories by appearance, threat level, names and regions.