Corn Snake

The Corn Snake is also known as the Red Rat Snake or Elaphe guttata guttata. It is a very popular pet due to its tame temperament and the fact the it only grows 6' in length. Another reason it is so popular is the fact that it is a non-venomous snake. The Corn Snake can live up to 26 years old. They are fairly common in the central and south eastern United States. This snake is a great climber and feeds nocturnally. Farmers can use Corn Snakes just like cats to control rodent problems and save their crops from being eaten.

The Bushmaster Snake

The Bushmaster Snake or Lachesis Muta Muta is the largest Pit Viper snake in the world and one of the most deadly. It can grow to 6-10' in length. You can tell a Bushmaster snake from it's large head and pinkish brown marks with large brown triangles. This snake is nocturnal and found in low lying areas. It uses holes to hide in and stalk it's prey. The Bushmaster Snake is found in Central and South America. Be careful this snake is very dangerous if cornered, you should avoid this snake if at all possible. The Bushmaster Snake is extremely venomous.