What kind of snake is black with yellow on its belly?

Plains/eastern garter snake These snakes aren’t dangerous, and you are likely to encounter them at some point. Identification: Usually dark-bodied with cream bellies, (usually) yellow stripes running from base of head to tail, under 4 feet long. Habitat: Almost anywhere.

What Australian snakes have a yellow belly?

There is no snake officially known as the “Yellow-bellied black snake”. However, the term is used for several Australian snakes: Green tree snake (Dendrelaphis punctulata)

Is yellow belly snake poisonous?

The bright colouration of this species serves as a warning, not only that the snake is highly venomous, but also unpleasant and possibly even toxic to ingest.

Are yellow-bellied water snakes aggressive?

“When these animals are in their natural habitat they don’t tend to be aggressive, they’ll just swim away. If you pick them up they will tend to bite, but looking at them is probably fine.” Although sea snake venom is highly toxic, the animals have small mouths and they rarely bite people.

What kind of snakes have a yellow belly?

Wherever there is water, there is often a Plain-bellied Water Snake nearby. This species is also called a yellow-bellied, red-bellied or copper-bellied water snake, or simply a yellowbelly, etc. There are six recognized subspecies and the color of the belly varies from red to yellow, but always without markings.

Where do yellow-bellied snakes live?

Distribution and habitat The yellow-bellied sea snake has an extensive distribution covering the entire tropical Indo-Pacific, as well as extending to Costa Rica, southern California, and northern Peru. It is the only sea snake to have reached the Hawaiian Islands.

Do tree snakes have a yellow belly?

Identification:Of a Common Tree Snake Length of a Common Tree Snake also known as a green snake, is to 1.2 meters, wide colour ranges, to olive, green, brown and black and blue, belly yellow with bright yellow under chin.

Do water snake bites hurt?

Most water snake bites result in pain and swelling around the wound. In some cases, bites might even produce an allergic reaction. You can seek medical advice if this happens. Many water snakes look like venomous snakes.