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Eastern Milk Snake

Lampropeltis triangulum triangulum

Description:

A little less than a foot in length. He kept his head at 180 degrees to his neck -- I thought he was injured, but he looked fine when he wasn't being aggressive. I believe him to be a young male corn snake -- native in T.O.? I don't think so.

Habitat:

Wooded area near a stream (small arm of the Don River.)

Notes:

Very aggressive. He tried to strike many times, and actually advanced several feet on me.

1 Species ID Suggestions

Shane_S
Shane_S 9 years ago
Eastern Milk Snake
Lampropeltis triangulum triangulum


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1 Comment

Ed Hitchcock
Ed Hitchcock 9 years ago

That's a pretty one.

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Spotted on Aug 7, 2012
Submitted on Aug 7, 2012

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