No, but kingsnakes will eat rattlesnakes.
no they are not
No. they are reptiles
They lay eggs.
south eastern US
The kingsnake lays eggs.
They are carnivores - as are all snakes.
Prairie kingsnakes are dietary generalists and feed on a wide variety of prey. Mammals, birds, birds eggs, snakes, lizards, frogs, and reptile eggs have been reported as food. Prairie kings, like other kingsnakes, will eat venomous snakes. They are immune to the venom of North American venomous snakes and such snakes will use other methods to escape kingsnakes. Instead of striking, the the venomous species will throw loops of coils at the kingsnake in an attempt to bat the head and make a quick escape. Prairie kingsnakes are even known to consume other prairie kingsnakes (Smith, 1961). Kingsnakes are constrictors; killing their prey by suffocation before devouring it.
Kingsnakes and cobras.
Dinosaur and Durango Mountain Kingsnakes :)
they get about 45 inches (adult)
Rattlesnakes are not toxic to eat unless the predator has open wounds or ulcers in it alimentary canal. The venom is only dangerous if it reaches the internal tissues by injection - by being bitten. Kingsnakes routinely eat other snakes, even their own kind or rattlesnakes. They are also immune to the venom of rattlesnake.
California,of course! And pet shops and zoos.
No snake is poisonous, but some are venomous. Kingsnakes are not venomous.
Yes. They are prey to hawks, eagles, and kingsnakes.
no though are immune to rattlesnake venom and eats snakes too
Kingsnakes or Ball Pythons are excellent starter snakes.
Local petshops, Reptile Expos, Craigslist, Internet Sites
Scarlet King Snakes, habitats are pinelands, and hardwood hammocks.
A king snake is useful to man as it eats rats.
Kingsnakes lay eggs.