Sinaloan milk snake

Sinaloan milk snake

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Lampropeltis triangulum sinaloae

Lampropeltis triangulum sinaloae, commonly known as the Sinaloan milk snake, is an egg-laying subspecies of nonvenomous colubrid snake. It is one of the most commonly bred milk snakes in captivity. It is a fairly docile subspecies and will rarely bite. However, if handled, it may discharge a pungent smelling exudate from the cloaca as a warning. The Sinaloan milk snake inhabits the rocky and semi-arid drylands of southwestern Sonora, Sinaloa, and southwestern Chihuahua .

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References

1. Sinaloan milk snake Wikipedia article - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sinaloan_milk_snake

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