Coachwhip Snake
(Masticophis flagellum)

Coachwhip

Coachwhip snakes grow to be 7 feet in length. They have a slender body and tail. They are more heat tolerant than most snakes, so they are able to come out in the day. They use rodent burrows as refuge. They eat small mammals, eggs, lizards, snakes, and amphibians.

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