They are called “Kingsnake” because of their bravery in the face of venomous snakes. They have venom immunity so can easily hunt, kill and eat venomous snakes. This snake is easy to identify because they have glossy black scales with yellow or white chain patterns.
If you ever wondered how a poisonous cottonmouth moccasin got its name, just look at Stuart McCausland's great closeup of the inside of the snake's mouth. It is …
How the Kingsnake Is Still Fooling Predators into Thinking ? Decades after the coral snake disappeared from North Carolina's Sandhills, its mimic, the scarlet kingsnake, has been evolving to look more like it.
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Kingsnakes get their name because they eat other snakes, including venomous snakes like copperheads, cottonmouths, and rattlesnakes. They also eat lots of other kinds of prey, including non-venomous snakes, lizards, turtle eggs, and small mammals.
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