Garter snake

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The garter snake is a species of snake that is found mainly in the North-Eastern United States. It is recognizable by its pattern of yellow stripes on a black/brown background. [1] Garter snakes are harmless and non-aggressive; because of this they are popular pets and are many people's introduction to keeping reptiles.

References

  1. UMass Natural Resources & Environmental Conservation
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