Friday, May 16, 2014

The next Snake You Didn't Know Existed is the Eastern Indigo Snake. Image from Wikipedia It is a large, nonvenomous snake native to the eastern United States. It is rare, however, its status is being of least concern.

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  1. I've been lucky enough to catch these twice in southern Georgia. They are certainly rare in the USA, but overall they aren't as imperiled as some snakes, which is why they are ranked as Least Concern by the IUCN. There's a great group working on their conservation, the Orianne Society.