Snakes do have teeth. Snake teeth are highly specialized according to how the snake kills its prey. Most snakes only have one type of tooth throughout their mouths, though the size of the teeth may differ. More »

Not all snakes are venomous, but even nonvenomous snakes are subject to strike if they feel frightened or sense danger. In North America, an easy way to determine if a snake is poisonous is to look at its pupils. With th... More »

Garter snakes do bite people if provoked, but the bite is considered harmless, as they are non-venomous. The snakes have small teeth that can penetrate the skin and draw blood, but their mouths and teeth are usually too ... More »

A group of snakes can be referred to as a den, bed, pit, or nest. The exception to this is a group of rattlesnakes, which is called a rhumba. More »

In the wild, king snakes feed on other snakes, lizards, turtle eggs, birds, frogs and small mammals. They are opportunistic feeders, meaning that their diet varies depending on what is available. Common king snakes are k... More »

Both snakes and owls are carnivorous, eating only meat and no vegetation. They also prey on many of the same types of animals. Both snakes and owls usually swallow their food whole and expel whatever parts they cannot di... More »

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Removing sources of food and shelter that snakes seek out is the most certain way to keep them away from a home. Snakes can also be kept out with a perimeter snake fence. Chemical snake repellents are available, but they... More »