Sunkissed Corn snakes are nonvenomous snakes native to the United States. They have multiple color variations with large black pigments.
Flowerpot snakes are nonvenomous blind snakes that are mostly found in Asia and Africa. These snakes mostly eat insects, ants, termites, termite eggs, pupae, and other insect larvae.
The most common food garter snakes eat are small rodents, rats, and squirrels, but sometimes they eat insects, earthworms, and tadpoles as well.
Worm snakes are nonvenomous blind snakes. They are mostly found in North America. They usually hunt for small creatures like snails, centipedes, earthworms, and slugs.
Green snakes are nonvenomous snakes found in North America. They hunt for fish in the water and climb trees to eat insects, and creatures like worms, crickets, grasshoppers, and beetles.
Water snakes are nonvenomous snakes that are very common in America. They can eat whatever they want. They usually eat insects like beetles, ants, flies, crickets, grasshoppers, and many others.
African egg-eating snakes are nonvenomous snakes mostly found in Africa. They eat insects when they are small but when they grow they add other food to their diet.
Cloudy Snail Eaters are nonvenomous snakes found in southern Mexico and Central America. They are nocturnal snakes that hunt for snails and insects at the night and hide from predators during the day.
Centipede snakes are harmless snakes from North America and South America. They are usually found living in swamps, woody areas, sandhills, and habitats beneath the soil.
Ribbon snakes are nonvenomous snakes found in Eastern North America.They eat a variety of insects including crickets, nightcrawlers, worms, snails, guppies, and tadpoles.
Pythons are nonvenomous snakes found in Australia, Asia, and Africa. They eat insects when they are small but when they grow up they eat other food.
Ring snakes are harmless nonvenomous snakes found in America, South East Canada, and Central Mexico. hey usually eat crickets, grasshoppers, tadpoles, bugs, and beetles.