The blue coral snake is distinguished by the bright blue stripes on the sides of its body. The top of the snake's body is black, and it has a bright red head. This highly deadly sn...
Northern Coral Snake
The Eastern Coral Snake is very secretive and is not frequently observed because of its semi-fossorial habits. It remains hidden beneath leaf litter, logs, or other cover on the forest floor most of...
Coral snakes are a large group of elapid snakes that can be subdivided into two
distinct groups, Old World coral snakes and New World coral snakes. There are ...
Dec 16, 2014 ... Coral snakes are small, vibrantly colored, highly venomous snakes. They have
the second-strongest venom of any snake (the black mamba ...
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The neurotoxic venom can be very dangerous. A Field Guide to Amphibians and Reptiles of Maricopa County wi... More »
"Red to yellow, kill a fellow; red to black, venom lack," so goes the old saying.
This method of remembering the color sequence of a coral snake works pretty
Examine the snake's ring pattern. Determine if red and yellow rings are touching;
if so, this is a venomous coral snake. This simple color check is the easiest way ...
Learn all you wanted to know about eastern coral snakes with pictures, videos,
photos, facts, and news from National Geographic.
Description: Adult eastern coral snakes are slender, medium sized -- 18-30 in (46
-76 cm) -- snakes that may reach almost 4 feet (122 cm) in length. They have ...
Aug 23, 2013 ... Coral snakes are extremely venomous, yet very secretive snakes, belonging to
the family of elapids, which includes cobras, mambas and kraits.