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January 12, They are often confused with coral snakes. Matt Jeppson Shutterstock Brightly colored and strikingly patterned, milk snakes are nonvenomous New World snakes with a wide range throughout North and South America. They are often confused with dangerous copperheads or coral snakes; however, milk snakes pose no threat to humans. In fact, they are popular pets easily bred in captivity. They are a species of kingsnake. The name is appropriate for the genus, which is known for its well-defined, glossy scales.
I haven't found the prairie squid FAQ yet. Someone's going to have to make one up! The FAQ's are particularly good, and might be of help if you are seeking to use snakes to enhance your love life. I hope this information will be of help to people who are considering using reptiles for the purposes of sexual stimulation.