Eastern-Milk Snake (Lamproellitis Triangulum) Suzanne Paolucci

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Eastern-Milk Snake (Lamproellitis Triangulum) Suzanne Paolucci. What is its description? Light gray to tan Slender snake Reddish-brown spots Brown and black border Glossy appearance. What is its habitat? Forested regions Open prairies Rocky slopes A wide range Mostly live in …
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Eastern-Milk Snake(Lamproellitis Triangulum)Suzanne Paolucci What is its description? Light gray to tan Slender snake Reddish-brown spots Brown and black border Glossy appearance What is its habitat?
  • Forested regions
  • Open prairies
  • Rocky slopes
  • A wide range
  • Mostly live in …
  • Woods
  • Meadows
  • Rivers
  • Farms
  • And Cities
  • Did you know the Eastern-Milk Snake has an interesting diet!
  • Preys on small animals
  • Cow milk (It does not milk the cow)
  • Mostly eats….
  • Slugs
  • Insects
  • Earth worms
  • Birds
  • Fish
  • Frogs and other snakes
  • The Eastern-Milk has a great way to protect itself!!
  • Coils in S shape
  • Will vibrate tail when cornered or handled
  • People mistake them for rattlesnake
  • Are very harmless to humans
  • How does the Eastern-milk snake reproduce?
  • 6-20 eggs
  • Eggs laid in June
  • Hatch in late summer
  • The head shape and eye color!! Color and scale shape Pictures of the Eastern-milk snake!!
  • Live mostly in Lower Peninsula
  • Uncommon in Upper Peninsula
  • They are nocturnal
  • Primarily terrestrial
  • The Eastern-milk snake l
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