Do bull snakes have fangs?

Answer

The bull snake is not a venomous snake and does not have poisonous fangs. However, it can deliver a painful bite and will lunge at anything it finds threatening.

Bull snakes are native to the central United States and can be found from Texas all the way to southern Canada. They are constrictors, which are snakes that kill by coiling around their prey and suffocating them, and are considered beneficial to human beings because of their role in rodent control. Their primary prey include mice, rats, gophers and ground squirrels. They also are known to eat rabbits, lizards, ground-nesting birds and birds' eggs.

Q&A Related to "Do bull snakes have fangs?"
A fully grown bullsnake mainly eats small mammals, large insects, any birds that build their nests on the ground, and other young snakes. Adolescent bullsnakes will feed on insects,
http://www.ask.com/web-answers/Science/Nature/what...
Snakes have fangs because they contain venom. The venom helps protect the snake from danger because when the snake bites it's attacker the venom is injected into the attacker causing
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Why_do_snakes_have_fangs
Not all bulls have rings in their noses. Rings are usually only put into a bull's nose if it is believed that he will be handled often, such as those animals that will be used for
http://www.ehow.com/facts_5125578_do-bulls-rings-n...
http://animals.howstuffwo. rks.com. There are also apparently many videos featuring this on youtube.
http://www.quora.com/How-do-snakes-have-sex
Explore this Topic
Animals that have fangs include snakes, bats, and bears. Apes and spiders also have fangs. Fangs are common in carnivores or omnivores. Fangs can be long canine ...
The geographical range of the bull snake species spans across the United States of America to as far as western Canada in the north and Northern Mexico in the ...
Ranging from 3 to 6 feet in length, the bullsnake has a pointed head that is perfectly adapted for burrowing through the sand. While the bullsnake is not poisonous ...
About -  Privacy -  Careers -  Ask Blog -  Mobile -  Help -  Feedback  -  Sitemap  © 2014 Ask.com