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Not all snakes eat rodents, some eat fish, worms, insects and other species even eat bird eggs. They all in come in many different sizes, the largest being the Green Anaconda that can reach 30 feet!

African House Snake PhotoAvailable to Order

African House Snake
Lamprophis 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.

Carpet Python PhotoAvailable to Order

Carpet Python
Morelia spilota

Carpet Pythons are large snakes varying in size depending on locality from four to twelve feet in length and weighing up to 15kg.

Chequered Garter Snake PhotoAvailable to Order

Chequered Garter Snake
Thamnophis 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.

Common Boa Constrictor PhotoAvailable to Order

Common Boa Constrictor
Boa constrictor imperator

The Common Boa Constrictor can reach an adult length of 12ft but averages between 5-9ft. This species makes a great exotic pet, however a large enclosure is required when adult.

Corn Snake PhotoAvailable to Order

Corn Snake
Pantherophis guttatus

Corn Snakes come in a huge variety of colours. They are a easy handling size and have a calm disposition. These animals are reluctant to bite, constrict or defecate under mild stress like other species. Suitable for beginners to experts.

Honduran Milk Snake PhotoAvailable to Order

Honduran Milk Snake
Lampropeltis triangulum hondurensis

Honduran milk snakes average around five feet in length and are varied in colour including a naturally occurring tangerine form. They inhabit rainforests of Honduras, Nicaragua and areas of North East Costa Rica.

Kenyan Sand Boa PhotoAvailable to Order

Kenyan Sand Boa
Gongylophis colubrinus

Kenyan Sand Boas are found living within sandy areas of East Africa. Adults vary greatly in size depending on sex. Males are small measuring 15 to 18 inches, whereas females are large and stocky growing up to a size of 28 inches.

Korean Rat Snake PhotoAvailable to Order

Korean Rat Snake
Elaphe Anomala

The Korean Rat snake is medium sized, reaching an adult length of between 5-6ft. They tend to be active during the day and become very tame with regular handling.

Plains Garter Snake PhotoAvailable to Order

Plains Garter Snake
Thamnophis radix

The Plains Garter Snake is a medium sized snake reaching an average 3ft in length. They have a distinctive orange or yellow stripe running down their back.

Pueblan Milk Snake PhotoAvailable to Order

Pueblan Milk Snake
Lampropeltis triangulum campbelli

Pueblan Milk Snakes are banded with bright colours, this makes them an attractive species to own. They are shy and prefer to have small, tight hides to curl up in.

Reticulated Python PhotoAvailable to Order

Reticulated Python
Python reticulatus

The Reticulated Python is NOT a snake for beginners but ONLY experts who have the time and space this species requires. They are the largest species of snake that has been recorded at 33ft, they usually average out at 10-20ft!

Royal Python or Ball Python PhotoAvailable to Order

Royal Python or Ball Python
Python regius

Royal Pythons are calm, gentle and curious, making them an ideal beginners snake. You should be aware of their adult size, reaching up to 5 foot (1.5m) in length.

Taiwanese Beauty Snake PhotoAvailable to Order

Taiwanese Beauty Snake
Orthriophis taeniurus

The beauty snake is a long semi-arboreal snake from Asia, they can grow to quite a impressive length of 10ft. Which is huge for a member of the rat snake family.

Western Hognose Snake PhotoAvailable to Order

Western Hognose Snake
Heterodon nasicus

Western Hognose Snakes as their name suggests have an upturned snout. Size ranges between 15 and 33 inches, females being large and bulky.

Aesculapian Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Aesculapian Snake
Elaphe longissima

The Aesculapian Snake is native to Europe and reaches a size of up to 225cm, averages out between 90 to 140cm.

African Rock Python PhotoCurrently Unvailable

African Rock Python
Python sebae

The African Rock Python is the third largest snake in the world growing to an average size of 18 to 20 feet long, but can grow up to 28 feet long!

Amazon Tree Boa PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Amazon Tree Boa
Corallus hortulanus

The Amazon Tree Boa can be found in a huge range of South America. They have adapted to live high in the trees.

Angolan Python PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Angolan Python
Python anchietae

The Angolan Python inhabits rocky areas in grasslands and open plains in Namibia and Angola in South Western Africa. They are reddish-brown with cream patterning, they rarely exceed 6ft.

Argentinean Rainbow Boa PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Argentinean Rainbow Boa
Epicrates cenchria alvarezi

Argentinean Rainbow Boas reach an adult length of 4.5 to 6ft, although they are not a heavy bodied snake. They are native to the humid forests of north and central america.

Bairds Rat Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Bairds Rat Snake
Elaphe bairdi

Bairds Rat Snakes vary in from 3 to 4.5ft in length. Babies are grey with black markings, as they grow and mature there colouration changes to a grey orange background colour.

Black Rat Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Black Rat Snake
Pantherophis obsoletus

The Black Rat Snake is found throughout the eastern and central United States. They are officially the longest snake in North America. They are well known for their supreme climbing ability, in the heavily wooded areas they live within.

Bolivian Short Tailed Boa PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Bolivian Short Tailed Boa
Boa constrictor amarali

The Bolivian Short Tailed Boa is named due to the short tail compared to other Boa Constrictor species. They on average reach no more than 7 foot in length.

Brazilian Rainbow Boa PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Brazilian Rainbow Boa
Epicrates cenchria cenchria

The Brazilian Rainbow Boa is a beautiful and attractive species. Being a medium to large snake, they will reach an adult length of 4-5ft, but could reach 7ft.

Broad Banded Mountain Ratsnake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Broad Banded Mountain Ratsnake
Oreocryptophis porphyraceus laticinctus

The Broad Banded Mountain Ratsnake inhabits tropical mountains of Malaysia and Cameron Highlands. Adult colour is deep red with slightly lighter banding; while young, they have red and yellow to orange banding.

Brooks King Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Brooks King Snake
Lampropeltis getula brooksi

The Brooks King Snake is a subspecies of the Florida King Snake and is not as widely distributed as some of the other species. It is mainly found in Florida especially the southern parts.

Burmese Python PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Burmese Python
Python molurus bivittatus

Do you really want a snake that can reach 25 ft in length and weigh up to 250 pounds? A lot of research should be done into these snakes before you purchase one, this is not a snake for a beginner!

Calabar Ground Python or Two Headed Python PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Calabar Ground Python or Two Headed Python
Calabaria reinhardtii

Calabar Pythons are very shy snakes and prefer cramped hide boxes to roomy ones.

Californian King Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Californian King Snake
Lampropeltis getula californiae

Californian Kingsnakes range in colour morphs from black and white striped or bands to chocolate, lavander, albino and many more. They are one of the best first snake species to own as a beginner.

Centralian Python PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Centralian Python
Morelia bredli

The Centralian Python is also known as the Bredls Python. They inhabit arid and semi arid areas of central Australia and reach an adult length of between 5 to 8 foot.

Columbian Rainbow Boa PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Columbian Rainbow Boa
Epicrates cenchria maurus

Columbian Rainbow Boas can reach an adult length of 7ft but average out at 4-5ft. This species is said to be the trust worthiest of all Rainbow Boas species.

Common Kingsnake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Common Kingsnake
Lampropeltis getulus

The Common Kingsnake has a glossy black background colour with chain like rings. They vary in size from 39 to 78 inches, some adults may reach a length of 82 inches.

Desert King Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Desert King Snake
Lampropeltis getula splendida

The Desert King Snake is a subspecies that is very closely related to the Californian King Snake and Mexican Black King Snake. These snakes have either a black or very dark brown base colour to them with white or yellow flecks of colouration.

Eastern Garter Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Eastern Garter Snake
Thamnophis 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.

Eastern Ribbon Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Eastern Ribbon Snake
Thamnophis 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.

Ecuadorian Rainbow Boa PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Ecuadorian Rainbow Boa
Epicrates cenchria ssp

The Ecuadorian Rainbow Boa looks similar to the Columbian Rainbow Boa. They are a dark chocolate brown with faint patterning and reach an average size of approx 4-5ft.

Egg Eating Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Egg Eating Snake
Dasypeltis 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!

Emerald Tree Boa PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Emerald Tree Boa
Corallus caninus

The Emerald Tree Boa is an attractive species, but experience is required in keeping snakes before adding them to your collection.

Everglades Rat Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Everglades Rat Snake
Elaphe obsoleta rossalleni

The Everglades rat snake can reach an adult length of up to 180cm. Adults and babies vary greatly in colouration and pattern. Babies can be brown/orange with a pinkish hue as they mature they turn bright orange with faintly visible stripes.

Florida Kingsnake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Florida Kingsnake
Lampropeltis getula floridana

The Florida Kingsnake is an ideal species for beginners as they seldom bite. They reach an adult size of between 36 to 48inch and vary in colour.

Flying Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Flying Snake
Chrysopelea ornata ornatissima

The Flying Snake is able to glide through the air.

Glossy Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Glossy Snake
Arizona elegans

Arizona elegans is a medium-sized colubrid snake from North America that is commonly referred to as the glossy snake.

Gopher Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Gopher Snake
Pituophis 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.

Great Plains Ratsnake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Great Plains Ratsnake
Pantherophis emoryi

The Great Plains Rat Snake grows to lengths of 90-120cm on average. Overall they are light grey or tan in color, with dark grey or brown blotching along the body. They have stripes on either side of the head which meet to form a point between the eyes.

Green Anaconda PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Green Anaconda
Eunectes murinus

The Green Anaconda can reach 30ft, but usually averages at 18ft. This is NOT for a novice keeper, only experienced snake keepers should own this very large and heavy snake.

Green Tree Python PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Green Tree Python
Morelia viridis

These grow to approx. 1.8m in length and turn to green when adult. These snakes are for reptile keepers with experience in keeping large snakes.

Grey Banded King Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Grey Banded King Snake
Lampropeltis alterna

As their name suggests the Grey Banded King Sanke has grey and red bands along the body. They reach an adult size of 3ft to 4ft and are ideal for beginners.

Grey Rat Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Grey Rat Snake
Elaphe obsoleta spiloides

The Grey Rat Snake have a light coloured background with dark dorsal saddles. They can be found from Florida to Mississippi in America.

Hog Island Boa PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Hog Island Boa
Boa constrictor imperator

The Hog Island Boa is a smaller species averaging between four and five feet, they can reach seven feet in length. These are said to be extinct in the wild, therefore captive breeding is important.

Japanese Rat Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Japanese Rat Snake
Elaphe climacophora

The Japanese Rat Snake is a large species reaching an adult length of 5ft. They are semi-arboreal and can become docile and calm.

Macklots Python PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Macklots Python
Liasis mackloti

The Macklots Pythons is a large snake, reaching adult lengths of between 6 and 8 feet, females being the largest. These snakes have a bad reputation for being aggressive, however, it regular handling they tame down.

Madagascan Tree Boa PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Madagascan Tree Boa
Sanzinia madagascriensis

The Madagascan Tree Boa is an arborreal snake that reaches an average size of between 4 to 5 feet, however, some grow between 6 to 7 feet.

Mangrove Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Mangrove Snake
Boiga 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.

Mexican Black Kingsnake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Mexican Black Kingsnake
Lampropeltis getula nigritus

Mexican Black Kingsnake are just that, all Black. They make an ideal beginner snake, however, do need regular handling when young.

Mexican Milk Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Mexican Milk Snake
Lampropeltis triangulum annulata

The Mexican milk snake has distinct red, black and cream colored banding. The colour can differ depending on the locality however, and in some areas the snake may have more yellow or orange. They grow to approximately 70-80cm in length.

Mullers Sand Boa PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Mullers Sand Boa
Eryx muelleri

The Muller's Sand Boas general colour pattern is yellowish to orange background with rounded or oval dark brown blotches.

Nelsons Milk Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Nelsons Milk Snake
Lampropeltis triangulum nelsoni

Nelson's Milk Snakes have thin black and white rings with wide red bands.

Olive House Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Olive House Snake
Boaedon olivaceus

The olive house snakes are from tropical equatorial Africa. These animals are extremely rare in captivity.

Paraguayan Rainbow Boa PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Paraguayan Rainbow Boa
Epicrates cenchria striatus

The Paraguayan Rainbow Boa is a medium build Boa reaching an adult size of approx. 4-5ft. They retain some of their juvenile patterning over a chocolate brown body.

Prairie Kingsnake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Prairie Kingsnake
Lampropeltis calligaster

Prairie Kingsnakes are found throughout the midwestern and southeastern United States. They are light brown to grey in colour brown or red blotching down their bodies. They reach between 75-100cm in length.

Red Blood Python PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Red Blood Python
Python curtus brongersmai

Red Blood Pythons are very colour and reach an adult size of approx 5-6 foot.

Red Mountain Rat Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Red Mountain Rat Snake
Elaphe porphyracea laticincta

Red Mountain Rat Snakes are small, reaching 3 to 4 foot when adult. They inhabit the mountain areas of Sumatra and Malaysia.

Red Sided Garter Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Red Sided Garter Snake
Thamnophis sirtalis parietalis

The Red Sided Garter Snake is a one of the colourful species, red runs between the dark stripes. They reach a length of 20 to 26 inches.

Red Tailed Boa Constrictor PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Red Tailed Boa Constrictor
Boa constrictor constrictor

The Red Tailed Boa has a docile temperament, but are a large snake. Adults range from 8-10ft, but can reach 14ft. Before you buy one, please make sure you will have enough space to house when fully grown!

Rough Green Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Rough Green Snake
Opheodryas 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.

Rough Scaled Sand Boa PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Rough Scaled Sand Boa
Eryx conicus

As the name suggests, Rough Scaled Sand Boa have hard bumpy scales and live within sandy areas of India and Pakistan. Adult reach a size of between 24 to 36 inches, females being larger.

Russian Rat Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Russian Rat Snake
Elaphe schreki

This snake is found in the Amur River basin; in eastern Mongolia, southeastern Siberia, Northern Manchuria and Korea. It is the largest indigenous snake on the Korean Peninsula and gets to a size of 140-180 cm long.

Scrub Python or Amethystine Python PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Scrub Python or Amethystine Python
Morelia amethystina

The Scrub Python is Australias largest snake that averages out at 10-16 ft, but these have been known to reach 28 ft. These are beautiful snakes, but can be aggressive so experience with large snakes is a must.

Sinaloan Milk Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Sinaloan Milk Snake
Lampropeltis triangulum sinaloae

Sinaloan Milk Snakes have predominately a blood red appearance with distinctive black and cream/yellow rings. Adults generally reach around the 120cm mark. These snakes inhabit the dry, arid and rocky semi-desert regions in the Southwest.

Tentacled Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Tentacled Snake
Erpeton tentaculatum

The Tentacled Snake is purely aquatic and should be kept like fish rather than your typical snake. They will only feed on live fish and eat plenty each week. Rarely offered and more for experienced keepers of exotics and fish keeping.

Texas Rat Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Texas Rat Snake
Elaphe obsoleta lindheimeri

The Texas Rat Snake is a medium snake reasching an adult length of between 4 and 5 foot, some adults have been know to reach 6 foot.

Trinket Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Trinket Snake
Elaphe 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 Racer PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Vietnam Red Tailed Racer
Gonyosoma oxycephala

Red Tailed Racers inhabit tropical forrests of the Eastern part of Asia.

Viper Boa PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Viper Boa
Candoia aspera

Viper Boas are also known as Pacific Ground Boas. They are a small species reaching 75cm

White Lipped Python PhotoCurrently Unvailable

White Lipped Python
Leiopython albertisii

White Lipped Pythons are found throughout most parts of tropical New Guinea and nearby islands.

Woma Python PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Woma Python
Aspidites ramsayi

The Woma Python is considered one of the most docile and easily handled snakes which reaches 4.5ft. They are very attractive in appearance making them very sought after. They are considered to be an endangered species in the wild.

Yellow Anaconda PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Yellow Anaconda
Eunectes Notaeus

The Yellow Anaconda should be kept by experienced keepers only due to their aggressive nature and adult size of 7-12ft.

Yellow Rat Snake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Yellow Rat Snake
Pantherophis obsoletus quadrivittatus

The Yellow Rat Snake reaches an adult length of between 4-6ft. They are great climbers and have been known to reach heights of up to 60ft in trees in search of prey.

Yunnan Mountain Ratsnake PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Yunnan Mountain Ratsnake
Oreocryptophis porphyraceus pulchra

The Yunnan Mountain Ratsnake is a stunning species from China; it has a deep red body with thin black bands. This species must be kept cool and never exceed 28C.

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