Red-Bellied Snake

northern close up


The red-bellied snake is reptile with a length of between 7.75 and 16 inches (20-40.5 cm) that is most common to North America. It can be found in the bogs, mountains, and woodlands of the most southern points of Canada, and in the U.S.A. from Maine to Minnesota, and Texas to Florida.



Snapping Turtle – Aggressive Biter



There are two kinds of Snapping Turtle: the Common Snapping Turtle and the larger Alligator Snapping Turtle. As its name suggests, the Common Snapping Turtle is more wide-spread and can be found in a large area, from southeastern Canada, to the Rocky Mountains, east as far as Florida and Nova Scotia, and down south as far as Ecuador.


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