Baby jungle carpet python tangled in a deadly nest of corals & rattlesnakes.
Coral snakes are most notable for their red, yellow/white, and black colored banding. They feed on smaller snakes, lizards, frogs, and nestling birds and rodents etc. The venom takes time to fully take effect. Coral snakes are not aggressive or prone to biting however, and account for less than one percent of the number of snake bites each year in the United States.
There are 32 known species of rattlesnake, with between 65-70 subspecies, all of which are native to the Americas – ranging from southern Alberta, and southern British Columbia Canada to Central Argentina.
Jungle carpet python Morelia spilota cheynei is a non-venomous python subspecies found in the rainforests of Queensland, Australia.