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Herp Home Research Publications Herps of SC/GA P.A.R.C. Outreach SREL Home powered by Eastern Kingsnake (Lampropeltis getula) Photos by J.D. Willson unless otherwise noted   Eastern kingsnake Black Speckled   Description: Description: Eastern kingsnakes are large -- 36 Ė 48 in (90-122 cm) -- shiny-black, smo
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Skip to main content San Diego Zoo Animals & Plants Main menu Home AnimalsAmphibiansArthropodsBirdsFishMammalsReptiles Plants Habitats Regions ZOONOOZ Live Cams Videos Some Endangered Kingsnake CLASS: Reptilia (Reptiles) ORDER: Squamata FAMILY: Colubridae GENUS: Lampropeltis SPECIES: 10 ABOUT The king of snakes: 
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Kingsnakes are colubrid snake s, members of the genus Lampropeltis , which include milk snake s and four other species . Among these, there are approximately recognized subspecies . Lampropeltis means shiny shield (from Greek shine + small shield ), a name given to them in reference to their smooth dorsal scales . King
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