According to the Florida Museum of Natural History, there are only six species of venomous snakes in Florida. These species are the coral snake, three species of rattlesnakes (the Eastern diamondback rattlesnake, the tim... More »

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The state of Florida has 46 species of snakes that are native to the area; the region of Central Florida is home to 35 of them. There are six species of venomous snakes found in Florida, and four of them take up residenc... More »

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The southern black racer, the red rat, the southern ring neck, the eastern garter and the rough green snake are some of the most common snakes found in Florida backyards. The Brahminy blind snake and the southern banded ... More »

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Some common venomous snakes in Florida include rattlesnakes, copperheads, cottonmouths and the Eastern coral snake. Common nonvenomous snakes in Florida include black racers, garter, ribbon, green, hognosed, mud, rainbow... More »

www.reference.com Pets & Animals Reptiles Snakes

The state of Florida has 46 species of snakes that are native to the area; the region of Central Florida is home to 35 of them. There are six species of venomous snakes found in Florida, and four of them take up residenc... More »

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Canada is home to four species of venomous snakes, including the Northern Pacific rattlesnake, Massasauga, Desert Nightsnake and Prairie rattlesnake. Snake venom is a toxin, not a poison, so there are no poisonous snakes... More »

Some animals that live in the Florida Everglades are reptiles such as alligators, crocodiles and many species of snakes and mammals such as dolphins, manatees and white-tailed deer. Other animals that live in the Evergla... More »

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