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Green Rat Snake Information
The green rat snake (Senticolis triaspis) is a non-venomous species. In North America, it is found in Arizona's southern regions and parts of Mexico. According to the Snake Estate website, the green rat snake's shy demeanor helps to make it an excellent... More »
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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rat_snake

Rat snakes (or ratsnakes) are members – along with kingsnakes, milk snakes, vine snakes and indigo snakes – of the subfamily Colubrinae of the family ...

srelherp.uga.edu/snakes/elaobs.htm

Description: Adult rat snakes are typically 3-5 ft (91-152 cm), but large individuals may be more than 6 ft (183 cm) long. The appearance of rat snakes varies ...

www.virginiaherpetologicalsociety.com/reptiles/snakes/eastern-ratsnake/blackrat_snake.php

black ratsnake, Alleghany black snake, black chicken snake, black Coluber, black pilot snake, black racer, blue racer, chicken snake, mountain black snake, ...

www.livescience.com/53855-rat-snake.html

Feb 25, 2016 ... Rat snakes are medium-to-large, nonvenomous snakes that kill by constriction. Recent research has complicated the taxonomic classification ...

www.ces.ncsu.edu/gaston/Pests/reptiles/pages/rat.htm

NC Snake Pictures / Rat Snake. Elaphe obsoleta. Nonvenomous; adult size 42- 103 inches (1,067 to 2,159 mm); common distribution map. Distribution key: ...

herpsofnc.org/rat-snake

(Pantherophis obsoletus). NOTE: Some herpetologists separate rat snakes into separate subspecies. The North Carolina rat snake is also known as the Eastern  ...

www.reptilesmagazine.com/Snake-Species/Common-Rat-Snake

The common rat snake, Elaphe obsolete, is the largest species of North American rat snake. Its range includes most of the eastern United States into southern ...

www.marshall.edu/herp/snakes/black_ratsnake.htm

Natural History. Description: The Black Ratsnake is one of the most common snakes found in West Virginia. It is considered to be the state's largest serpent.

dnr.maryland.gov/wildlife/Pages/plants_wildlife/herps/Squamata.aspx?SnakeName=Eastern%20Ratsnake

Photo of Juvenile Eastern Ratsnake courtesy of Scott A. Smith. Habitats: Occur in a variety of habitats including farmlands, hardwood forests, forested wetlands, ...