- Lampropeltis getula getula
- Also know as Common Kingsnake or Chain Kingsnake
- With smooth and shiny scales
- Black colour with yellowish spots or bands on the back and sides
- Throughout the eastern of United States
- Eggs laid in June or July
- Incubation is about 60 to 75 days
- 10 to 18 per clutch
- Adult size: 35 inches to 50 inches
- Similar to other kingsnake, Eastern Kingsnake eat other snakes, including venomous snakes.
- Other food sources are rodents, birds, eggs, and lizards.
Snake Habitat and Vivarium Housing:
- Most likely found at the wetlands
- Hardwood forest, pine forest, mixed pine-hardwood forest, margins of hardwood swamps and freshwater marshes, and along creeks and streams.
- Maybe seen in terrestrial