milk snake

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milk snake:

see king snakeking snake,
name for a number of species of the genus Lampropeltis, nonvenomous, egg-laying, constricting snakes of North America which show much variation in color and markings.
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The RSPCA arrived and said it was a 3ft milk snake that are quite commonly kept as pets so must have either escaped or been abandoned.
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Jake mimicked the snake, snapping his lips open and closed, and began to sing, "My milk snake brings all the boys to the yard.
Kendall Hill Road, milk snake found in the boiler room again.
FRIGHT: Alison Gingell points to where the Mexican milk snake was found
The Honduran milk snake is commonly bred in capacity as its vivid coloring has made it a favorite specie among people who keep snakes as pets.
The 4ft milk snake was taken from Stockton Council's Animal Welfare HQ on Church Road in the town.
Jersey Animal Shelter's Jonathan Hudson said: "We think it is a corn snake or milk snake, both of which are non-venomous.
While this visitor was an angry milk snake, the next could possibly be a rattler, which are quite common in our area.
Hu and his collaborators used video and mathematical models to analyze the distribution of forces as a milk snake moves forward on a flat surface with little to push against.
THE milk snake is harmless and is closely-related to king snakes.