The name "whipsnake" comes from the snake's resemblance to a leather whip. They are long, slender non-venomous snakes that grow up to 70 inches in length.
The name "whipsnake" comes from the snake's resemblance to a leather whip. They are long, slender non-venomous snakes that grow up to 70 inches in length. Striped Whip Snakes can be found throughout the west, and are generally found in grasslands and dry brushy flatland to rugged mountainous terrain dominated by pinyon-juniper and open pine-oak woodlands at elevations from sea level to 9,400 feet. Whipsnakes prey on lizards, snakes, frogs, insects, small birds and rodents.
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