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 common kingsnake

19/3/2011

common kingsnakecommon kingsnake
common kingsnakecommon kingsnake
common kingsnakecommon kingsnake
common kingsnakecommon kingsnake
common kingsnakecommon kingsnake
common kingsnakecommon kingsnake
common kingsnakecommon kingsnake
common kingsnakecommon kingsnake
common kingsnakecommon kingsnake
common kingsnakecommon kingsnake
common kingsnake

Common Kingsnake Lampropeltis getula A large chocolate brown to black kingsnake with a highly variable back and belly pattern. Light-centered scales may Page 1, this page, contains pictures of the more common banded form of the California Kingsnake , plus a range map, a description and natural history The California Kingsnake (Lampropeltis getula californiae) is a non-venomous colubrid snake found in the western United States and northern Mexico. Eastern king snakes hide under things. As a defense they give off a smelly musk when captured and may bite. Brought to you by the National Zoo| FONZ.All about the Common Kingsnake , its scientific names, common names, description, behavior, range, habitats and life cycle.
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