What Snakes Are Not Venomous?

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Venomous snake in North america

Agkistrodon contortrix Copperhead
Agkistrodon piscivorus Cottonmouth
Crotalus adamanteus Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake
Crotalus atrox Western Diamondback Rattlesnake
Crotalus cerastes Sidewinder
Crotalus enyo Lower California rattlesnake
Crotalus horridus Timber Rattlesnake
Crotalus lepidus Rock Rattlesnake
Crotalus mitchellii Speckled Rattlesnake
Crotalus molossus Blacktail Rattlesnake
Crotalus pricei Twin-spotted Rattlesnake
Crotalus ruber Red Diamond Rattlesnake
Crotalus scutulatus Mojave Rattlesnake
Crotalus tigris Tiger Rattlesnake
Crotalus viridis Western Rattlesnake
Crotalus willardi Ridgenose Rattlesnake
Sistrurus catenatus Massasauga
Sistrurus miliarius Pigmy Rattlesnake
Micruroides euryxanthus Western Coral Snake
Micrurus fulvius Eastern Coral Snake
Pelamis platurus Yellowbelly Sea Snake

non Venemous

Arizona elegans Glossy Snake
Bogertophis rosaliae Baja California Rat Snake
Bogertophis subocularis Trans-Pecos Rat Snake
Carphophis amoenus Worm Snake
Cemophora coccinea Scarlet Snake
Chilomeniscus cinctus Banded Sand Snake
Chionactis occipitalis Western Shovelnose Snake
Chionactis palarostris Sonoran Shovelnose Snake
Clonophis kirtlandii Kirtland's Snake
Coluber constrictor Racer
Coniophanes imperialis Black-striped Snake
Contia tenuis Sharptail Snake
Diadophis punctatus Ringneck Snake
Drymarchon corais Indigo Snake
Drymobius margaritiferus Speckled Racer
Elaphe bairdii Baird's Rat Snake
Elaphe emoryi Emory's Rat Snake
Elaphe guttata Corn Snake
Elaphe obsoleta Common Rat Snake
Elaphe slowinskii Slowinski's Corn Snake
Elaphe vulpina Fox Snake
Farancia abacura Mud Snake
Farancia erytrogramma Rainbow Snake
Ficimia streckeri Mexican Hooknose Snake
Gyalopion canum Western Hooknose Snake
Gyalopion quadrangulare Desert Hooknose Snake
Heterodon nasicus Western Hognose Snake
Heterodon platirhinos Eastern Hognose Snake | Picture 2
Heterodon simus Southern Hognose Snake
Hypsiglena torquata Night Snake
Lampropeltis alterna Gray-banded Kingsnake
Lampropeltis calligaster Prairie Kingsnake
Lampropeltis getula Common Kingsnake
Lampropeltis pyromelana Sonora Mountain Kingsnake
Lampropeltis triangulum Milk Snake
Lampropeltis zonata California Mountain Kingsnake
Leptodeira septentrionalis Cat-eyed Snake
Masticophis bilineatus Sonoran Whipsnake
Masticophis flagellum Coachwhip
Masticophis lateralis Striped Racer
Masticophis taeniatus Striped Whipsnake
Nerodia clarkii Salt Marsh Snake
Nerodia cyclopion Mississippi Green Water Snake
Nerodia erythrogaster Plainbelly Water Snake
Nerodia fasciata Southern Water Snake
Nerodia floridana Florida Green Water Snake
Nerodia harteri Brazos Water Snake
Nerodia paucimaculata Concho Water Snake
Nerodia rhombifer Diamondback Water Snake
Nerodia sipedon Nothern Water Snake
Nerodia taxispilota Brown Water Snake
Opheodrys aestivus Rough Green Snake
Opheodrys vernalis Smooth Green Snake
Oxybelis aeneus Mexican Vine Snake
Phyllorhynchus browni Saddle Leafnose Snake
Phyllorhynchus decurtatus Spotted Leafnose Snake
Pituophis catenifer Gopher Snake
Pituophis melanoleucus PineSnake
Regina alleni Striped Crayfish Snake
Regina grahamii Graham's Crayfish Snake
Regina rigida Glossy Crayfish Snake
Regina septemvittata Queen Snake
Rhadinaea flavilata Pine Woods Snake
Rhinocheilus lecontei Longnose Snake
Salvadora derserticola Big Bend Patchnose Snake
Salvadora grahamiae Mountain Patchnose Snake
Salvadora hexalepis Western Patchnose Snake
Seminatrix pygaea Black Swamp Snake
Senticolis triaspis Green Rat Snake
Sonora semiannulata Ground Snake
Stilosoma extenuatum Short-tailed Snake
Storeria dekayi Brown Snake
Storeria occipitomaculata Redbelly Snake
Tantilla atriceps Mexican Blackhead Snake
Tantilla coronata Southeastern Crowned Snake
Tantilla gracilis Flathead Snake
Tantilla hobartsmithi Southwestern Blackhead Snake
Tantilla nigriceps Plains Blackhead Snake
Tantilla oolitica Rim Rock Crowned Snake
Tantilla planiceps Western Blackhead Snake
Tantilla relicta Florida Crowned Snake
Tantilla rubra Big Bend Blackhead Snake
Tantilla wilcoxi Chihuahuan Blackhead Snake
Tantilla yaquia Yaqui Blackhead Snake
Thamnophis atratus Santa Cruz Garter Snake
Thamnophis brachystoma Shorthead Garter Snake
Thamnophis butleri Butler's Garter Snake

Thamnophis couchi Western Aquatic Garter Snake
Thamnophis cyrtopsis Blackneck Garter Snake
Thamnophis elegans Western Terrestrial Garter Snake
Thamnophis eques Mexican Garter Snake
Thamnophis gigas Giant Garter Snake
Thamnophis marcianus Checkered Garter Snake
Thamnophis ordinoides Northwestern Garter Snake
Thamnophis proximus Western Ribbon Snake
Thamnophis radix Plains Garter Snake
Thamnophis rufipunctatus Narrowhead Garter Snake
Thamnophis sauritus Eastern Ribbon Snake
Thamnophis sirtalis Common Garter Snake
Trimorphodon biscutatus Lyre Snake
Tropidoclonion lineatum Lined Snake
Virginia striatula Rough Earth Snake
Virginia valeriae Smooth Earth Snake
Charina bottae Rubber Boa
Lichanura trivirgata Rosy Boa
Leptotyphlops dulcis Texas Blind Snake
Leptotyphlops humilis Western Blind Snake
Boa constrictor, Python, Anaconda
about 98/99% of all snakes are nonvenomous
heres a good site http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/venomous_sn.
The British grass snake
If youre looking for a pet it all depends on what size snake you really want (and also how much room you have for its accomodation). If its a big snake then I would reccomend a burmese python as they are non aggressive and non venomous. If its a small snake you would be best suited to a garter snake. They are small, eat small creatures (I used to feed mine on defrosted fish!) and they also love to swim (mine used to slither into the backyard pool!).
Ok. heres a good idea. why dont you go out and catch a gardner sanke or as called a green smooth i catch them all the time or maybe even a coppered bellied they make ok pets and are not venomus.
hope you have the best of luck
yes,grass snake.
When you get sick and/or die from a snake bite, you would know.
Actually very few snakes are venomous. Of the thousands of species only a handful have poison glands. The best example is probably the constrictors and pythons that kill by crushing their prey instead of using poisons.
see link
My pet trouser snake.but he's dangerous in other ways..
the ones with the round pupils in their eyes and flat noses. black snakes.
some snakes from whom the venom is extracted are not venomous for a short time.
Deed ones
garter snakes, corn snakes
The corn and grass snakes-water snakes are the most poisonous, the more colourful the more venomous, snakes hear through vibrations in the ground, so if you happen to see one and it is not coming directly towards you then stand still, and hopefully it wouldnt hear you because most of them have poor sight-so stay still and pray you have nothing pungent or strong smelling on you and are not in an enclosed space or facing a particularily keen sighted species of snake-either that or you're dead
any snake thats uses constriction as a method of killing its prey
A bull snake is not!
rattlers. Jk they are, but red racer's sure aren't!
most of them
king browns arent boas anaconda ect

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