Asian garter snakes

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If you live in North America, the chances are that you have seen a Garter snake at some point in your life. Garter snakes are some of the most common varieties of snakes. Garter snakes are harmless. In fact, many people keep them as pets.

Photo Ark: Oriental Whip Snake

Garter Snakes: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly |

The oriental whip snake Ahaetulla prasina is a very slim snake that can be brown, green, or a bright yellow-green. Its diet consists of small birds, frogs, and lizards. It is venomous, but the venom is weak and generally not problematic for humans. As its name suggests, the oriental whip snake, also known as the Asian vine snake, is found throughout Asia. It ranges from India through Southern China and Vietnam, as far south as the Philippines, and east to parts of Indonesia. It is common and widespread throughout this area.

Garter Snakes: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

The buff striped keelback Amphiesma stolatum is a species of nonvenomous colubrid snake found across Asia. It is the sole species of genus Amphiesma. It is a typically nonaggressive snake that feeds on frogs and toads.
There can also be extreme differences in appearance from juveniles to adults so it is important to never assume you have properly identified a snake. A small to medium sized inoffensive snake, the Common Garter Snake is one of the most common species across its geographical range. Often black or dark brown with yellow stripes and belly scales with black lined scales on its jaw line. Large scales on the head relative to its size and uniform, heavily keeled scales on the body.