* Threatened or Endangered
Bull Snake *
: Pitupphis melanoleucas sayi
: North America
: 6 feet in length
• Growing up to 6 feet in length, this is the largest snake in North America.
• One snake can save a farmer hundreds of dollars each year due to rodent consumption.
• They can be confused with rattlesnakes due to the hissing and flattening of the head when threatened.
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