Other than some more docile Pythons, Kingsnakes are perhaps one of the most favorite snakes in the world.
The Prairie Kingsnake (Lampropeltis calligaster) is a very cool member of the Kingsnake family. Kingsnakes often have that great reputation that comes with being a type of snake that will eat venomous varieties. Thankfully, these guys also keep the rodent population in check.
When I moved to Arkansas, the Prairie Kingsnake was the first kind of snake I found. Having no prior knowledge of them, I was a little timid at first (just a little). Of course I did capture that first one and began a friendship with the species that still continues.
This particular individual has a much fainter pattern than some others that I have met. These guys can be found in the prairies and plains of the southeastern and mid-western United States, so perhaps some of you have already met them.
The information is the video is original but I did have a quick refresher from this source.
THE WILD-MAN'S WILD FRIENDS - EPISODE 14
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