This section is for all these snakes that don't really fit into a category. You will find that most will still eat rodents, but other feed on foods like eggs, fish and worms.
African House SnakeLamprophis fuliginosus
The African House Snake reaches 40-70cm, maximum size of 1.2m. They are a shade of brown with a pair of pale lines on either side of the head.
Aesculapian SnakeElaphe longissima
The Aesculapian Snake is native to Europe and reaches a size of up to 225cm, averages out between 90 to 140cm.
Chequered Garter SnakeThamnophis marcianus
The Chequered Garter Snake feeds on a range of foods from pinkies, earth worms, slugs, fish and amphibians. They make a great pet snake and are active during the day.
Eastern Ribbon SnakeThamnophis sauritus
Eastern Ribbon Snakes are long and slender, they reach an adult length of 18-26 inches. They are semi-aquatic snakes which feed on small fish.
Egg Eating SnakeDasypeltis fasciata, medici and scabra
The Egg Eating Snake must be one of the nicest snakes we have ever come across. With no teeth, a calm nature and eating purely on eggs, means no more defrosting them rodents!
Flying SnakeChrysopelea ornata ornatissima
The Flying Snake is able to glide through the air.
Glossy SnakeArizona elegans
Arizona elegans is a medium-sized colubrid snake from North America that is commonly referred to as the glossy snake.
Gopher SnakePituophis catenifer
Gopher snakes are harmless colubrid species found in North America. Adults generally reach around 3-4ft in length. They have a yellowish or pale brown base colour, with a series of large dark brown or black blotches, and smaller dark spots on the sides.
Mangrove SnakeBoiga dendrophila
Mangrove Snakes are reared fanged meaning they do have venom, but these are not on the DWA list. Only experienced keepers should own this species as they can be aggressive.
Northern Garter SnakeThamnophis sirtalis sirtalis
This is probably the most popular Garter Snake in the pet trade. They have a black to olive background colour with yellow stripes on the back and sides.
Red Sided Common Garter SnakeThamnophis sirtalis parietalis
The Red Sided Common Garter Snake is a one of the colourful species, red runs between the dark stripes. They reach a length of 20 to 26 inches.
Rough Green SnakeOpheodryas aestivus
Smooth and Rough Green Snakes are becoming a popular species to keep. Unlike most snakes that need to be feed on mice, these eat live insects. If you keep lizards, why not try keeping one.
Trinket SnakeElaphe helena
The Trinket Snake is tan and chocolate-brown with two prominent dark stripes on the latter part of the body. They can be found in Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
Vietnam Red Tailed RacerGonyosoma oxycephala
Red Tailed Racers inhabit tropical forrests of the Eastern part of Asia.
Western Hog Nose SnakeHeterodon nasicus
Western Hog Nose Snakes as their name suggests have an upturned snout. Size ranges between 15 and 33 inches, females being large and bulky.