Question by  sinemasiren (95)

What are the different types of snakes that are native to Alaska?

I am interested to know the different kinds of snakes that I may encounter while on an Alaskan trip?


Answer by  schwing197 (40)

There are no species of snakes known to live in Alaska, or any other species of reptiles for that matter.


Answer by  DouglasEarlClore (1236)

There are no known snakes native to Alaska. The only reptiles are a few kinds of turtles, and there are several kinds of amphibians, but no snakes. It's outside their range.


Answer by  Anonymous

Alaska's only native species of reptile/amphibians are toads, salamanders, and turltes. Sadly, no snakes.


Answer by  baba24 (270)

Unfortunately there has never ever been a snake native species in Alaska. It's too cold in Alaska for snakes to survive in that kind of harsh climate.

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