Indigo Snake Animal Pictures
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Texas indigo snake head-up, showing its belly and chin colors, closeup.
Texas indigo snakes are large active snakes that flush out prey then overpower it
Closeup of Texas indigo snake held by a handler.
Texas indigo snakes are large non-venomous snakes in southern Texas and northern Mexico
Texas indigo snake facing the camera, closeup of face.
Texas indigo snakes are native to Texas, but their range extends into northern Mexico.
Indigo snakes are the largest snake species in North America.
The indigo snake is best known for its blue-black scales.
The Texas indigo snake received its common name from the glossy iridescent ventral scales which can be seen as blackish-purple in bright light.