The Honduran milk snake (Lampropeltis triangulum hondurensis) is an egg laying species of non-venomous colubrid snake. It is one of the more commonly bred milk snakes in captivity and is one of the larger milksnakes reaching a length of 5 feet. The Honduran milk snake uses constriction to kill its prey and tends to be opportunistic when it comes to its diet; they eat other snakes (ophiophagy), including venomous snakes, lizards, rodents, birds and eggs.
Vanishing Pattern Hypomelanistic Honduran Milk Snake.
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