Happy Easter from Angela!
Thanks very much, as for the skeleton pictures I would say if you cant find any images online maybe try contacting local herpetology clubs to see if they have any reference photos. I unfortunately don’t have anymore to go one really, sorry I couldn’t be of more help.
I know that this is not herpetology related but it is still a very important ecological issue. If it is of any interest to you please take the time to sign the petition. Shark finning is a cruel practice which damages the ecosystem in many ways.
Mexican Black King Snake (Lampropeltis getula nigritus)
- Also known as the desert black or Western black king snake
- Found in Southern Arizona, Western Sonora and Northwestern Sinaloa, and Mexico
- Occasionally gives a warning by rattling its tail, presumably attempting to mimic rattlesnakes
- Prefer to prey on lizards and snakes
- Tend to do very well in captivity under proper researched husbandry
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I am going to college for Captive Wildlife Care and Education but with a personal focus in Herpetology. I take courses in animal health, animal training, as well as courses on animal behavior and physiology.
American Crocodile, Flamingo, Everglades NP.