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There are many non-venomous water snakes in Tennessee that can be identified by their slender body shape, flattened or slender head, non-distinct neck and round eye pupils. There is one venomous water snake, known as the...

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There are no poisonous snakes native to Alaska. Hawaii and Maine come in a close second, because each only has one venomous snake and one possibly venomous variety, respectively.

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Not all black snakes are poisonous. The black rat snake is a large snake, but it is nonvenomous, instead killing its prey through constriction. The Northern black racer snake can be rather bad-tempered, but it too is non...

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Ringneck snakes have a dark body with a light yellow-orange ring around its neck. They grow no bigger than 15 inches and are harmless to people.

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Nonvenomous snakes include water snakes and land snakes, such as the brown water snake, banded water snake, mud snake, Eastern Indigo snake and scarlet kingsnake. Nonvenomous snakes vary widely in their appearances, habi...

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Plains garter snake and the Northern water snakes are two of the most common types of snakes found in Iowa. The plains garter snake is the most common snake found on land, whereas the northern water snake is the most com...

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To identify a snake, examine the head size and shape, the overall color and size of the snake and the facial features, such as the pupils, of the animal. Observe the snake from a safe distance to avoid the risk of being ...

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