Garter snake

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A garter snake

The garter snake, Thamnophis sirtalis, is a Colubrid snake.

It is common across North America between Alaska/Canada and Central America. It is the single most widely distributed genus of reptiles in North America. It is famous for its resistance to the poison produced by the rough-skinned newt.

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