» Wildlife - Snakes
  • Snake - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  • Venomous Reptiles - This site is educating the public about venomous snakes and lizards. Here you will find everything you ever wanted to know about rattlesnakes, cottonmouths, copperheads, king cobras and even the notorious black mamba
  • Snake Tracks - The Worlds Largest Snake Enthusiast Website. Visit our site for care sheets, species information, field herping information, breeding, captive care, and our extensive list of snake enthusiast forums
  • Florida Venomous Snakes - An online fieldguide to the venomous snakes of Florida is presented. The guide is fully illustrated and the descriptions of the snakes include characteristics that are relatively easy for the layman to see
  • Florida Venomous Snakes - An online fieldguide to the venomous snakes of Florida is presented. The guide is fully illustrated and the descriptions of the snakes include characteristics that are relatively easy for the layman to see
  • Gopher Snakes - DesertUSA - All about Gopher Snakes, among the largest and most widespread snakes of the North American deserts. Includes their habitat, description, behavior, range, habitats and life cycle
  • Snakes -- Kids' Planet -- Defenders of Wildlife
  • Snakes - Some 100 Australian snakes are venomous. However, they are not naturally aggressive, and will only attack humans if hurt or provoked
  • Snakes as Pets - Choosing a Pet Snake - Some things you should know about snakes before choosing one as a pet, and good species for new owners
  • Brazos River Rattlesnake Ranch - 'Bayou Bob' Popplewell, with over 35 years of experience, is one of America's foremost herpetologists. This is your invitation to explore his famous Brazos River Rattlesnake Ranch. Join Bob in easy informal discussions about snake specie identification, behavioral traits, critical bite first aid, do's and don'ts in the field, dispelling myths and folklore, and a wide range of other topics
  • Snake Mythology - Snakes are respected in some parts of the world and despised in others. The way that people feel about snakes is heavily influenced by cultural beliefs and mythology