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Milk Snakes
Milk snakes are non-venomous snakes and are generally flighty and nervous when kept as pets. Find out more milk snake information from a reptile specialist in this free video on exotic pets.... More »
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Lampropeltis triangulum, commonly known as a milk snake or milksnake is a species of king snake. There are 24 subspecies of milk snakes. Lampropeltis ...


Jan 12, 2016 ... Milk snakes are colorful, banded, nonvenomous snakes found throughout the Americas.


Lampropeltis triangulum triangulum, commonly known as the eastern milk snake or eastern milksnake, is a subspecies of Lampropeltis triangulum.


PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: The eastern milk snake has a tan or gray ground color and three to five rows of reddish-brown, black-edged dorsal blotches.


Description: This is a slender, smooth scaled snake with reddish or brown ... Habitat and Habits: Milk snakes occur in woods, fields, marshes, farmlands, and ...


Snakes of Massachusetts. Milk Snake. Lampropeltis triangulum (24-36", up to 52" ). A boldly patterned snake, the milk snake has a light gray to tan body covered ...


Habitat: A habitat generalist, this milk snake is found in woodlands, meadows, pastures, at the edges of water courses, amidst talus, under artificial cover, and in  ...


Description: Scarlet Kingsnake (L. triangulum elapsoides): Scarlet kingsnakes are considerably smaller than milk snakes and reach lengths of 14 – 20 in (36-51  ...