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Eastern Smooth Green Snake
Characteristics
Scientific Name:
Opheodrys vernalis vernalis
Family Name:
Colubridae
Size:
Eastern Smooth Green Snakes generally grow to a length of 14 to 20 inches.
Color:
Eastern Smooth Green Snake is bright green in color.
Diet:
Eastern Smooth Green Snake eat spiders, moth larvae, and other small bugs.
Compatibility with Humans:
Relatively Non-Aggressive
Poisonious:
No
 
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Eastern Smooth Green Snake

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Eastern Smooth Green Snake Description
  The Eastern Smooth Green Snake is common in the northern parts of North America and suburbia. It is a small snake that lives in gardens, lawns and wild meadows near woods or bogs. The Eastern Smooth Green Snake generally do not bite. They are quite docile, but it is not recommended to try to capture these snakes to keep as pets as the Eastern Smooth Green Snake needs its freedom and usually will not eat in captivity. The Eastern Smooth Green Snake is usually active during the day, and may climb shrubs or small rocks. In the summer, Eastern Smooth Green Snakes will lay their tiny white eggs in warm, moist places, like rock hollows or rotting wood.  
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