Rat snakes are medium-to-large, nonvenomous snakes that kill by constriction.
King Snakes eat other types of snakes.
Rat snakes are constrictors from the Colubridae family of snakes.
The owl can rotate its head some 270 degrees
Has up to 45 eggs per egg case
The freshwater jellyfish is native to China but is now found all over the world
It's a strong fighter when caught on a fishing line
Eastern hognose snakes are venomous, but only to frogs and toads.
Red-Shouldered Hawks reuse the same nesting area each year.
They have specialized jaws for removing snails from shells.
The Brook Trout is actually part of the salmon family, making it not technically a trout.