How to Get Rid of Snakes Naturally? 7 Natural Snake Repellents

Snake isolated on the white.

Unless you’re a snake removal specialist, the last thing you want to see is a snake slither into your home. Snakes are, even the small tiny ones, scary. An image of a screaming child jumping on top of a table comes to mind. And sure, they have a right to roam around, but they’re scary. …

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How To Get Rid of Copperhead Snakes? A Complete Guide

Copperhead snakes are one of the most common types of snakes in North America. The notorious snake gets its name from its copper-colored head. These snakes are venomous, but their poison is relatively mild. Still, people with compromised immune systems, children and pets can suffer severe allergic reactions from their bites. If your home is …

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12 DIY Homemade Snake Repellents & Natural Ways to Repel Snakes

Best DIY Remedies for Snakes

Most people prefer incorporating a yard in their homes during construction so they can enjoy the view, for children to play or for nature walks. It is a beautiful place to unwind and enjoy some quality family time. Imagine taking a walk around your yard one morning and you are interrupted by a hissing sound; …

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5 (Rare) Types of Viper Snakes: 7 Fun Facts You Never Learned in School

Different types of viper snakes

Vipers are all snakes that are part of the Viperidae family and are found in almost all parts of the world. There are some exceptions, such as Antarctica and New Zealand, where there are no snakes. One of the most interesting viper snake facts is that these snakes aren’t found in Australia. Every viper you come across is a venomous snake, and deadly toxins are injected from a single viper bite.

Beautiful and deadly, these snakes also include:

When you’re first introduced to these creatures, you need to realize that these snakes demand respect due to their deadly nature.

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13 Types of Pythons: 5 Fun Ball Python Facts

Different types of Python snakes

Pythons are some of the biggest snakes in the world, but they’re usually not a threat to humans. Non-venomous, these snakes are constrictors, which means they squeeze their prey to death. Some pythons are so big, they can eat antelopes, monkeys and even leopards. Yes, leopards.

These fascinating snakes come in a range of sizes and colors, and they’re a part of small group of primitive snakes that still roam the earth.

Physical Characteristics

Python snake on tree
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The Pythonidae family, better known as just “pythons,” have some of the largest snakes in the world. They may not be as big as anacondas, but some pythons, like the reticulated python, can grow to be 30 feet long. Other species are smaller, like the anthill python, which only gets to be about 24 inches long.

Pythons not only come in a wide range of sizes, but they come in a variety of colors, too. If you thought it was hard to identify other snakes in the wild, pythons are even harder to identify.

Is that a python? A coral snake? A water moccasin?

Colorations and sizes of different python species vary greatly and are usually dependent on the snake’s habitat or need for camouflage. Some species are solid in color, like brown or green, while others have really elaborate patterns. Different python species may come in different sizes and colors, but they do have some common physical characteristics.

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