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  • [Image]: Eastern king snake
    [Binomial Name]: Lampropeltis getula getula
    [Name]: Eastern king snake
    [Map]:
    (nonVenomous)

  • [Image]: Elaphe obsoleta obsoleta 004.jpg
    [Binomial Name]: Elaphe obsoleta obsoleta
    [Name]: Black rat snake
    [Map]:
    (nonVenomous)

  • [Image]: Eastern Ribbon Snake
    [Binomial Name]: Thamnophis sauritus sauritus
    [Name]: Eastern ribbon snake
    [Map]:
    (nonVenomous)

  • [Image]: Mole king snake
    [Binomial Name]: Lampropeltis calligaster rhombomaculata
    [Name]: Mole king snake
    [Map]:
    (nonVenomous)

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    [Binomial Name]: Diadophis punctatus punctatus
    [Name]: Southern ringneck snake
    [Map]:
    (nonVenomous)

  • [Image]: Rough green snake
    [Binomial Name]: Opheodrys aestivus
    [Name]: Rough green snake
    [Map]:
    (nonVenomous)

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About This Tool

South Carolina is rich in natural resources, flora, and fauna, and the humid environment and air are conducive to the growth of snakes. The tool generates 46 local snake species that have been discovered by humans for further examination.

But when you look up the details of these snakes at random, you can see their reference photos, scientific names and generic names. Many of the species may be unknown to you, but they are native to South Carolina. A small snake has also been found in South Carolina, but with a head at each end, each with two eyes and a quick tongue. One of them has a slightly larger head and an advantage, but both of them seem to control the body. Fortunately, they are not toxic and pose no danger to humans.

Click the "Display All Items" button and you will get a list of snakes of South Carolina.

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