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Milk Snakes

Neon Gecko Exotic Pets Glasgow - Milk Snakes

Milk snakes grow 20 to 60 inches long. They have smooth and shiny scales and their typical color pattern is alternating bands of red-black-yellow or white-black-red.Some milk snakes have a striking resemblance to coral snakes and this mimicry likely scares away potential predators. While both milk snakes and coral snakes possess transverse bands of red, black and yellow, a common mnemonic can be used to properly distinguish between the deadly coral snake and the harmless milk snake:

"Red on yellow will kill a fellow, but red on black is a friend of Jack."

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