Will A Bite From This Snake Kill You? The Patriot Caller 23 Comments Crazy Snake Hunter Lady Gets Bitten Repeatedly Prev15 of 20NextContinue Reading Share112Share21Share12Share15 No a bite from this King Snake will not kill you. It eats other snakes. If it had the red next to the yellow it would be deadly as it would be a venomous coral snake. Better pictures please It’s not a Pine, they’re a beautiful copperish/gold color this is a nice King snake. Very good info to know Very important info to know The cottonmouth is a very aggressive snake. I have been told that it is the only poisonous snake in the US that can bite under water. My daughter Dawn Ivey was bitten as a child by a Timber Rattler. Snake was about 12 inches long and was in the grass curled up…while playing barefoot she stepped on it. She survived with quick medical attention. I’ve had to kill two baby copperheads so far this year as they were up by my front porch. It’s th first time in 30+ years of living in this house. That means there are most likely more babies and adults somewhere close to my house. I Love in the city and a lot of children are around the neighborhood. It concerns me because I h no idea how many there are or where they are. I’m Scared of snakes and so my hubby was surprised I killed these snakes but I won’t have a poisonous snake near my house if I can help it. A person has to do what a person has to do right? My cat was most interested in something under a bush last spring. I took a quick look and it was a diamondback rattlesnake…..probably 4 foot. I grabbed the cat by the scruff of the neck and my 3 dogs and ran everybody indoors. I made the horrific mistake of coming back out 30 minutes later with a shovel, thinking I would kill the snake. Fortunately, it was long gone as it would very likely have bitten me. Learned my lesson! What about the water mocasin, nothing was said about them? tell me about the rattles Just reading some of the answers shows how little some people know. This is a scarlet king snake. Red on black, pat him on the back (just a saying. He’s jot poisonous but he may still bite), red on yellow, kills a fellow. My cat was looking at a cottonmouth and I finally managed to get her away from it. She was staying behind it and a distance away. The snake wasn’t aggressive at all and never showed it’s white mouth. Looked exactly like the pic above. It left before I could kill it, but my neighbor later killed it. Ive seen copperheads also and killed them because they were in my yard. Saw a red king snake when I was a kid and a man killed it because he thought it was poison. King snake all snakes are good just know I the difference. As i was growing up my me-maw taught me to always carry a long stick and tap along the ground in front of me, so the snake would react to the stick before me and i could get away from it. Long time ago my grandpaw might near beat my little butt over me trying to kill one of these , he taught me that particular snake was welcome on our property because it would eat rattlesnakes and copperheads and their look alike coral snakes–that is a kingsnake in the photo. This snake will not kill you. Red next to yellow Jack dies, red next to black Jack come back When a snake have a triangular head it is dangerous. All others are constrictors. They do not want to bite you, they just want to be left alone. A coral snake colors are black/yellow/red/or red yellow black – seeing either snake strikes fear in my heart Everybody selling information or something all the time on here – I’m not buying / they can keep their notes etc . its a pine snake , not venomous No will not I’ve come across all but the coral snake! If spotted,just go the other way and wear boots in wooded areas! Red and black, friend of Jack. Red and yellow, kill a fellow. A coral snake, which is venomous has no fangs. It has to latch onto you, roll over and chew on you to secrete its venom into your system. It’s not a very dangerous snake. I’m more worried about pit vipers. Tip, if you are walking in the woods in the “snake months”, wear snake boots and if you walk into a depression, or gully, don’t walk down in the gully, but rather walk on the higher ground. That way, if there is a snake on the top of the ridge that you scare up, it will hit your snake boot instead of your upper body which would be really bad news for you.