> Eastern Milk Snake - Lampropeltis triangulum triangulum
Eastern Milk Snake - Lampropeltis triangulum triangulum
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1/181s f/16.0 at 100.0mm iso200
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I just found two together in my buddys basement curled up togethe r both about 5in long one struck me but they are to minsmall to puncher skin first time ever seeing them
we just found one today and was wondering is it poison? ? it was found in Steubenville oh where r they usually found? ?
Eastern Milk Snake - Lampropeltis triangulum triangulum... I have (at least) two of these snakes found/photographed early Sept. 2014 on my property. One dangling from lattice; the other coiled inside a flower pot. Rouse Road, Orlando FL
My kids just found one playing in the yard ... Was really shiny
Found one of these cute critters in my garage last night. About 6" long, bright red vibrant colors. Very angry as I tried to catch her. Was striking continuously but mouth not big enough to latch onto my hand. Released to woods behind my house.
Pretty sure this was what I saw today while watering my veggie plants - seemed like a baby and I am guessing harmless.
We found a little guy in our school hall. I've narrowed his identity down to either a Milk snake or a King snake. He was a beauty. We just released him into the wooded area near our facility.Hope he makes it.
June 19, 2010 Winsted, CT (northwest corner of CT) This spring I found a dead samall snake that looked like this. The only difference is the brown markings surrounded by black were mauch larger - two timees longer. Would this be the same snake?
My husband found a baby one in the woods outside our house in Denmark ME, yesterday, what a beauty! His/her colors were vibrant and it was about 8" long. He tried to bite a couple of times bless him, but he was absolutely harmless.
Thanks so much for the great photos. They are so clear and totally allowed me to identify the snake that I found in my laundry room today. I am glad I found your photos because the other pics I viewed were not nearly as crisp and clear as yours.
Baby Milk Snakes are about 6-8", and they grow to about 4'.
Hi, how big do red milk snakes get to when fully grown in captivity, and how big are they as a baby?
Lovely little guy !