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Discussion in 'Predators and Pests' started by okshaus, Oct 6, 2012.
I think it is a Northern Pine Snake but I am not sure....
Looks like it might be a milk snake to me.
where do you live? It does look like a pine snake. certainly not poisonous. They are protected where I live in NJ
milk snakes are red
I'd say it's either a northern pine or an anery corn snake; both are harmless. We had an anery corn snake named Candycorn - lived to 7 and grew to 5.2 ft.
If you go outside and alarm the snake (wave a stick in its general vicinity). If it starts shaking it's tail like a rattler and violently hisses at you - that's a northern pine trait. If it does pretty much nothing...or slinks away, or acts curious in regard to the stick - it's probably an anery corn.
I don't know anything about snakes other than my own experiences with Candy. I'm sure others on the board will chime in to help you.
That depends on where you are. Eastern milk snakes can be a grey/brown color.
That is a juvenile rat snake.
Here's a rat snake.
Don't know but can I have it?
I'm quite sure it's a corn snake. Named that because they live in the corn fields down south and eat mice and rats. They are a very common pet snake.
Where are you located?
I'm pretty sure that's what it is... very harmless unless you're a mouse.