Lampropeltis triangulum, commonly known as a milk snake or milksnake, (French
: Couleuvre ... They are not venomous (or otherwise dangerous to humans).
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Jun 26, 2011 ... The snake received its name from a myth that it drinks milk from cows. This
species is often mistaken for the venomous copperhead snake ...
Coral snakes and milk snakes look very alike, though one is highly dangerous
and the other is harmless. Coral snakes are the venomous ones, and milk snakes
Just let them go their way and you go yours. I'm sure you've all heard the urban legend about the guy who was attempting to shoot a snake
and ended up shooting himself and dying from blood loss rather than the snake
bite. While that story may be a little exaggerated,... More »
Jun 25, 2003 ... Eastern Milk Snake <image courtesy of Dr. Marting J. Rosenberg> ... The Eastern
Milk Snake looks something like the venomous Northern ...
Milk snakes are not poisonous. The milk snake kills by coiling around a prey
animal and constricting until the prey is suffocated. The snake then swallows the
Milk snakes can be from 35 to 175 cm long, with the longest snakes being found
in ... snake eggs, or other snakes, including venomous species like coral snakes
May 19, 2008 ... Strictly speaking, the milk snakes, while they can give a painful bite, are not
dangerous in the sense of being lethally venomous, so the stick ...
Snake, because I look similar. Coral snakes have red bands bordered by yellow,
but I have red bands bordered by black. Being mistaken for a venomous snake ...