These snakes occur in a great variety of habitats, from dense woods and scrublands to open prairies, meadows, and marshes.
These snakes occur in a great variety of habitats, from dense woods and scrublands to open prairies, meadows, and marshes. Midland Brown snakes never bite when captured. Their only real defense is the musk glands which they freely exercise when first captured. These common but secretive little snakes are often encountered hiding under stones, logs, old boards, and other such debris, where they feed extensively on snails, slugs, worms, and soft-bodied insects.
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