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Milk snakes are non-venomous snakes – although their colouring resembles the highly venomous coral snake. A good way to tell them apart is by using the rhyme ‘ Red then black - venom lack, red then yellow - kills a fellow!

Sinaloan Milk Snake

Lampropeltis triangulum sinaloae

Milk snakes are non-venomous snakes – although their colouring resembles the highly venomous coral snake.

measurements

Measurements

Size Length up to 1.2m

habitat

Habitat

The Sinaloan milk snake is found in the rocky and dry semi-desert regions of Sinaloa, Sonora and Chihuahua, in Mexico. It is mainly nocturnal (active at night).

diet

Diet

These snakes prey on a number of different animals, including rodents, birds and even other snakes, which they kill by constriction.

behaviour

Breeding

Females nest below rotting wood or rocks and lay between 5 and 15 eggs, which hatch after 60 days.

threat

Conservation

The Sinaloan milk snake is not believed to be endangered in the wild, as it has a large population which appears to be stable.

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