Can You Describe How Does A Bull Snake Look Like?


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The Bull snake is one of missouri's longest snakes. It reaches lengths of 50-72 inches. The dorsal (top) side has dark brow to tan blotches on a yellow background. The blotches get darker near the head and tail. The sides have alternating blotches that are smaller than the ones on top. The head is mostly yellow with dark bands. The young are a pale grey color with black splotches.
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A bull snake is a species of snakes which is large in size. It is not uncommon for bull snakes to grow to a length of seven feet or more. The male bull snake is usually larger than the female.

They are usually yellow in colour. They have brown, black and sometimes even reddish spots. Albinos and white bull snakes have also been found. It is a non-venomous species of colubrid snakes.

The scientific name of the bull snake is Pituophis catenifer sayi. They are predominantly found in the central states of the United States of America, including Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Wisconsin and Wyoming. They are also found in Alberta and Saskatchewan (Canadian provinces) and Chihuahua (Mexico).

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