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Might be a California Mountain Kingsnake?

Reptile | Answered on Jun 14, 2015


Not a king snake. But not venomous. Don't kill it.

Reptile | Answered on Jun 09, 2015


Might be an eastern ribbon snake or common ribbon snake

Eastern Ribbon Snake

or a Plains garter snake


Plains Garter Snake


or maybe you can do a google search for a snake black with yellow strips┬┐

Reptile | Answered on May 30, 2015


Kalynne,
Looks like a Brown snake that is common in a lot of different states. It is a non-venomous snake and usually eats things like worms and slugs. Hope this helps!

Reptile | Answered on May 28, 2015


I found this really cool site, have a look at it, it explains a lot about carp and their habitat and so much more on fishing as well, with references.
Areas waar karp gevind word The carp Habitat

Reptile | Answered on Apr 09, 2015


http://nzbirdsonline.org.nz/species/south-island-takahe

Reptile | Answered on Mar 04, 2015


did you move it to a brighter spot in your home. reading about this plant I would not have one anyplace near people quite hazardous

Hagen Exo Terra... | Answered on Feb 26, 2015


It usually drops its beer

Reptile | Answered on Feb 23, 2015


I do not recommend using newspaper as a substrate for amphibians. The chemicals cause a lot of sensitivity to their skin.

Blue Iguana... | Answered on Jan 03, 2015


I cant really see your plants clearly, but a word to think about.... I let my Chameleon hang around on my rubber plant and came home to find him dead, hanging from a branch by his tail
I didn't know the plant was toxic, nor that he would eat it. If you're close with your animal, I would stick with natural looking non- toxic plastic.

Reptile | Answered on Jan 02, 2015


It looks like a Yellow Rat Snake, the picture is a bit far out to be positive but the gold color with thin black stripes is characteristic of the species. Hopefully this helps. Best regards.

Reptile | Answered on Dec 22, 2014


Could be a baby blue racer. They're bright blue when young but fade as they get older


http://ih3.redbubble.net/image.3596264.3653/flat,550x550,075,f.jpg

Reptile | Answered on Dec 07, 2014


A Liberian trouser snake ;P

Reptile | Answered on Nov 12, 2014


Anura, Caudata, and Gymnophiona. That I know of.

Reptile | Answered on Nov 12, 2014


like a rattle snake without a rattle
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Reptile | Answered on Oct 19, 2014


If you are in the USA, probably a Ringneck Snake, but don't depend on this and pick it up, as bright colours are often a warning of lethality in animals

http://srelherp.uga.edu/snakes/diapun.htm

Reptile | Answered on Oct 17, 2014


Go and have a look at maryland.org
You will find here the picture and the description of the snake
You canalso fibd it at Matyland zoo website
I tried to copy and paste the sitebut encountered probs with the phone
Hope it helps

Reptile | Answered on Oct 07, 2014


It is better to give your reptile prekilled food. The main reason is that you don't want your snake to be injured by its prey. Sometimes the prey will fight back and start chewing or pecking on your snakes. Understand that captive snakes behave differently in captive than in nature - they may not be as aggressive as they are in nature and the result can be serious - snakes did loose eyes before when they were offered live food.

Reptile | Answered on Sep 28, 2014


There are three venomous snakes in Ohio-
Northern Copperhead.
Eastern Timber Rattlesnake.
Eastern Massasuaga Rattlesnake.
These snakes feed on rodents, frogs, lizards, squirrels and
even birds. I suggest that any of the three could be a threat
to your fish.

Regards,
Dennis

Reptile | Answered on Sep 07, 2014

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