Eastern Indigo Snake: Drymarchon Corais Couperi
Distribution and Habitat
Eastern indigo snake inhabits one of the largest ranges compared to that of any other North American Snake.
The Eastern indigo snake’s habitat is dependent on the region of which it inhabits and abundance of available food sources.
Being one of the largest snakes indigenous to North America, the Eastern indigo snake can reach upwards of 8 ft in length and are usually a blueish/black color with a reddish tint under and around their chin.
Eastern indigo snakes are virtually imune to rattlesnake venom.