Countries that have no native snakes include Ireland, New Zealand, Iceland and Newfoundland. Hawaii is one part of the United States that is also free of native snakes. More »

Native Florida snakes include the eastern indigo snake, common kingsnake, common gartersnake, eastern hog-nosed snake and striped crayfish snake. Florida also has six species of venomous snakes, including the eastern dia... More » Pets & Animals Reptiles Snakes

Venomous snakes native to Mississippi are rattlesnakes, the cottonmouth, the copperhead and the eastern coral snake. All of these snakes are pit vipers except for the eastern coral snake. Pit vipers have heat-sensing pit... More »

The countries that do not have snakes are Ireland, Greenland, New Zealand and Iceland. The continent of Antarctica also does not have snakes. More »

Snakes inhabit virtually every area on Earth, with the exception of Antarctica, Iceland, Ireland, Greenland and New Zealand. Snakes vary in size and color, but most live in tropical regions and deserts and survive on lan... More »

There are almost 3,000 known species of snakes, and they live in almost every area of the planet except the coldest regions and Ireland and New Zealand. These reptiles also inhabit a wide variety of habitats, from oceans... More »

There are two snake species that can be found in New Zealand: the yellow-bellied sea snake and the banded sea krait. These are both water snakes, and both snakes are poisonous. More »