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Yellow Rat Snake

Pantherophis alleghaniensis ssp. quadrivittata


A non-venemous snake with a yellow body and black stripes down its back. Creamy white/yellow coloration on chin and underbelly. Very gentle when held.


Found in a hardwood forest next to a flatwood/swamp habitat. Rat snakes can live in a variety of habitats from farmlands to hardwood forests to forested wetlands.


Found at Oakland Nature Preserve in Oakland, FL

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Florida, USA

Spotted on Jun 15, 2017
Submitted on Jun 24, 2017

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