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Coral snakes are easy to spot by their distinctive coloring. They have alternating, red, yellow, and black bands. Did you get that? Red and yellow are touching each other, meaning this bad boy is poisonous. Be on the look out. There are counterfeit corals that have alternating red, black, and yellow bands. These aren’t poisonous.  Coral snakes are shorter than other venomous snakes. They average about 40 inches and have smaller mouths and fangs.

Coral snakes are easy to spot by their distinctive coloring. They have alternating, red, yellow, and black bands. Did you get that? Red and yellow are touching each other, meaning this bad boy is poisonous. Be on the look out. There are counterfeit corals that have alternating red, black, and yellow bands. These aren’t poisonous. Coral snakes are shorter than other venomous snakes. They average about 40 inches and have smaller mouths and fangs.

photos by Mark Laita, for the book 'Serpentine,' a collection of gorgeously lit snakes on a black background.

photos by Mark Laita, for the book 'Serpentine,' a collection of gorgeously lit snakes on a black background.

Credit: Alamy Of England’s three snake ­species, adders are the most often seen, in forests and on heathland mainly ­in the south-west and north-east. Spot them in early spring when they first emerge from ­hibernation.

Credit: Alamy Of England’s three snake ­species, adders are the most often seen, in forests and on heathland mainly ­in the south-west and north-east. Spot them in early spring when they first emerge from ­hibernation.

waiting, and hoping, and thinking, and dreaming... wow....thats scary how hes hidden so well

waiting, and hoping, and thinking, and dreaming... wow....thats scary how hes hidden so well

Green Tree Python my fav snake in the whole wide world! (KO) Pretty color for you to appreciate while he squeezes you to death.

Green Tree Python my fav snake in the whole wide world! (KO) Pretty color for you to appreciate while he squeezes you to death.

Rhinoceros viper (Bitis nasicornis) is a venomous viper species found in the forests of West and Central Africa. A big viper, it is known for its striking color pattern and has a distinctive set of two or three horn-like scales on the end of the nose, the front pair of which may be quite long. Large and stout, it ranges in total length (body + tail) from 72 to 107 cm.

Rhinoceros viper (Bitis nasicornis) is a venomous viper species found in the forests of West and Central Africa. A big viper, it is known for its striking color pattern and has a distinctive set of two or three horn-like scales on the end of the nose, the front pair of which may be quite long. Large and stout, it ranges in total length (body + tail) from 72 to 107 cm.

I see infinity sign and a heart for the head. Its the NEON purple grabs me. But PURPLE IS THE ONLY color NOT in snake scales. Digital photos can make anything.

I see infinity sign and a heart for the head. Its the NEON purple grabs me. But PURPLE IS THE ONLY color NOT in snake scales. Digital photos can make anything.