Southern black racer curled up
The diet of the southern black racer consists of Mice, birds, baby rodents, birds eggs, and tree frogs.
Close up of a southern black racer
Southern black racer snakes can measure up to 5 feet in length.
close up of Southern black racer with tongue out
The southern black racer is also commonly known as the North American racer.
southern black racer on a gravel-type ground
The southern black racer snake is not venomous but uses its great speed to escape predators and other threats.
Southern black racer popping its head out of the grass
Southern black racers can swim, climb trees and move across the ground at a very fast rate of speed.
a southern black racer on the side of the road
In the month of October, the southern black racers go underground into dens containing other species of snakes.