-This website provides news stories, articles, and videos about snakes. These stories and articles cover topics ranging from snake behavior to snake species, as well as ways to handle and care for snakes. Videos include footage of snakes in their natural habitats as well as educational videos about caring for snakes. The website also features tips and advice from experts on how to safely handle and interact with snakes.
It may come as a surprise to you to know that people still have encounters with snakes in the winter months… just not outside in your yards, where you might expect them, but rather, in the basement or other out-of-the-way space in your home or business. Just like humans, snakes don’t like to be outside in the winter months. They seek warmth to hibernate. In Minnesota, that usually means until late March or April. Most snakes will burrow down in the ground, under rocks, or in residential crawl spaces to hibernate, but some snakes have found their way inside during the late fall and are now hibernating indoors. So, what can you do? What should you do? At Minnesota Wild Animal Management, we want to put your mind at ease and give you some pointers on how to handle this situation One advantage to living in the northern part of the US. Most species of snakes that live in this region are non-venomous
A 16-foot long Burmese Phyton has been captured by a snake catcher with his bare hands One of the largest snake species in the world is the burmese python, which are invasive species in Florida and are viewed as a threat to native wildlife Inside the bushes at the Big Cypress National Reserve in the South of Florida on Thursday night, snake catcher Josh Turner of the Everglades Python Snatchers and his wife came across a Burmese behemoth.
The holidays are here and many of us are hosting gatherings with friends, neighbors and family. You may be preparing to spend many hours cooking and cleaning and preparing your home for gathering. The last thing that you want to have to worry about before or during your next holiday gathering is an unwanted animal crashing the party. Raccoons, bats, snakes, squirrels, mice or birds mean absolutely no harm to us but do not belong in your home
Snakeheads can also breathe on land for several days. Click to read more. A goldline snakehead that eats frogs and breathes air has been discovered in a new part of Florida, raising concerns about the potential environmental impact the invasive species can do.
Doberman Pinscher Khan was rescued from a bad situation in which he’d been cruelly abused. But one family took a chance on this sweet boy, even knowing that some formerly abused dogs may become aggressive due to their traumas. And when Khan grabbed his 17-month-old sister by the diaper and …