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Reptile Temple

Sinaloan Milk Snake

The name milk snake comes from the fact that they were often found in cow sheds and were thought to be there to drink the cow’s milk, this was untrue however, they were most likely there to eat the rats and mice that also lived in the barns.

DID YOU KNOW? The Milk snakes pattern mimics that of the coral snake (which is highly venomous), although a Milk snake is actually harmless – unless you’re a mouse!

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Rodents, birds, amphibians and other reptiles.
Colubridae
15 - 20 years
North America
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