Eastern Coral Snake Animal Pictures

Micrurus fulvius

The fangs of the Eastern Coral Snake are small and do not fold back into its mouth when its mouth is closed.

The fangs of the Eastern Coral Snake are small and do not fold back into its mouth when its mouth is closed.
Image Credit Jay Ondreicka/Shutterstock.com

The fangs of the Eastern Coral Snake are small and do not fold back into its mouth when its mouth is closed.

Eastern coral snake (Micrurus fulvius) are graceful, slender snakes whose length ranges between 2 and 3 feet when they’re mature.

Eastern coral snake (Micrurus fulvius) are graceful, slender snakes whose length ranges between 2 and 3 feet when they’re mature.
Image Credit Patrick K. Campbell/Shutterstock.com

Eastern coral snake (Micrurus fulvius) are graceful, slender snakes whose length ranges between 2 and 3 feet when they’re mature.

The weight of the Eastern Coral Snake is between 2 and 5 pounds, depending on its size.

The weight of the Eastern Coral Snake is between 2 and 5 pounds, depending on its size.
Image Credit Jay Ondreicka/Shutterstock.com

The weight of the Eastern Coral Snake is between 2 and 5 pounds, depending on its size.

The eastern coral snake has a black snout followed by a band of yellow, then black, then yellow or white, then red, then yellow then black all the way down to the tail.

The eastern coral snake has a black snout followed by a band of yellow, then black, then yellow or white, then red, then yellow then black all the way down to the tail.
Image Credit iStock.com/JasonOndreicka

The eastern coral snake has a black snout followed by a band of yellow, then black, then yellow or white, then red, then yellow then black all the way down to the tail.