Western Hognose

The western hog-nosed snake is a light sandy brown in color, with darker brown or gray blotching. Their coloration is not nearly as variable as that of the eastern hog-nosed snake, Heterodon platirhinos, but they often have an ink-black and white or yellow checker-patterned belly, sometimes accented with orange. They are very stout for their size. For example a full grown female that's 2 feet (61 cm) in total length, is as bulky as a corn snake, 5 feet (153 cm) in total length. Adults are 15-33 inches (38-84 cm) in total length, with females generally being larger than males. A characteristic of all hog-nosed snakes is their upturned snout, which aids in digging in the soil.

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