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Kinds of Coral Snakes
The coral snake is a venomous type of snake that many people fear, rightfully so. Several types of coral snake exist throughout the world, some more dangerous than others. Regardless of the type of snake, all possess small, upright fangs and should be... More »
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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 ...


"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 well ...


Coral snakes have some of the most potent venom of any snake.


Check out the snake that inspired: “Red and yellow, kill a fellow; red and black, friend of Jack."


Dec 16, 2014 ... A Texas coral snake (Micrurus tener tener) showing its characteristic red-yellow- black banding pattern. While generally shy and ...


The UF Herpetology Division's Online Guide to FL Snakes: Eastern Coral Snake, Coral Snake.


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 ...


It can be hard for the layman to distinguish between the actual dangerous snake, and the copycats. So, which snakes are Western and Eastern Coral Snake look ...


A good example of where this rhyme fails is with the coral snake versus the shovel-nose snake. Both snakes have yellow bands that touch red bands. Only a bite ...