Snakes Native to Northeast Florida?

Answer Much of Northeast Florida is an aquatic ecosystem -- the St. Johns River and Mill Cover -- or a forested area -- the Osceola National Forest. These regions are suitable habitats for venomous and no... Read More »

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Native Venomous Snakes in Pennsylvania?

Of the 22 native species of snakes in Pennsylvania, only three are venomous; the eastern massasauga rattlesnake, Northern copperhead and the timber rattlesnake, according to the Pennsylvania Fish ... Read More »

The Best Plants to Landscape Your Yard in Northeast Florida?

Northeast Florida is in the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Hardiness Zones 8 and 9. These zones have generally mild winters but will have the occasional frost, making it necessary ... Read More »

Giant Snakes in Florida?

Since the 1990s, Florida has been in the grip of a non-indigenous snake invasion caused by the release of unwanted pet snakes into the wild. Pythons, boa constrictors, even anacondas have turned up... Read More »

The Snakes, Sharks and Alligators in Florida?

In 1513, Juan Ponce de León named Florida after the Easter flower festival, "Pascua Florida." Florida became a part of the United States in 1851. Today, encompassing 58,664 square miles, Florida i... Read More »