I remember a time when I was younger that I was excited when we had to learn about animals in science class, I was sure that everyone loved animals as much as I did. The one thing I liked learning about were the animals that mimicked another animal in the wild so they wouldn't get eaten or would camouflage themselves so well that another animal couldn't find it. Cool huh?
Scarlet King Snake vs Coral Snake
|pictures from Flordia Fish and Wildlife [pic 1][pic 2]|
The Scarlet Kingsnake and the Coral Snake look like they can be twins, but picking up the Coral Snake would equal terrible pain or possibly death. So how can you tell the two apart? There's a rhyme to remember which snake is safe to touch the rhyme goes, "Red touches yellow, kill a fellow. Red touches black you're okay Jack." Another good indicator is to check a snakes nose. The Coral snake has a black nose. If you're in doubt don't touch the snake.
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