by Akash

The 8 Most Fascinating Snakes in Florida

Eastern diamondback rattlesnake: Large, venomous snake with a triangular head and a rattle on the end of its tail.

Black racer: Long, slender snake that is not venomous.

Northern water snake: Semi-aquatic snake that is not venomous.

Ring-necked snake: Small, non-venomous snake with a black ring around its neck.

Eastern hognose snake: Small, non-venomous snake that plays dead when threatened.

Brahminy blind snake: Small, worm-like snake that is not venomous.

Gopher snake: Large, non-venomous snake that burrows in the ground.

Eastern indigo snake: Longest snake in Florida, not venomous, and considered a threatened species.

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