Pine Woods Snake
The slender pine woods snake is also called the yellow-lipped snake because of the band of yellow stretching across its mouth.
Rat Snake (baby)
Rat snakes are docile and harmless, making them popular as pets.
Sri Lanka Alibino Cobra
Albino cobras are exotic but deadly. In February 2011, a New Jersey man nearly died when his pet albino cobra bit him.
Western Diamondback Rattlesnakes
The western diamondback can strike at a distance of half its body length -- not too shabby for a creature that can grow 4 feet (120 centimeters) long.
Wandering Garter Snake
These non-venomous snakes are the most common reptile in Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park. They live near water and eat small rodents as well as tadpoles, snails and leeches.
Western Long-nosed Snake
This tricolored serpent lives in desert habitats in California, Nevada, Utah and Arizona.
Egyptian cobras possess a deadly venom that attacks the nervous system.