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
Texas indigo snake facing the camera, closeup of face.
Texas indigo snakes are native to Texas, but their range extends into northern Mexico.
Texas indigo snakes are large-bodied, very long snakes with a base color of iridescent black scales and brown speckles.
A Texas Indigo snake coming out of a clay jug in Central Florida Zoo Botanical Gardens. The snakes have black vertical bars that begin under their eyes and extend down to their labial (lip) scales.