I dont know what kind of snake that would be but i saw the same color on my carport and It have a purplish kind of tongue
The Coral Snake.
If the stripes are light in color, maybe even off white it could be a CA king snake.
Your description is very vague ! Depending on how the stripes are arranged - it could be a Ribbon snake, Garter snake or Mangrove snake !
Garder-snake; multi color green, yellow and black stripes length of body.
A type of snake that has black and white stripes is a milk snake.
a garter snake
A bee has yellow, orange, and black stripes and four legs.
A yellow-bellied slider...
Can be either a coral snake or king snake. They look very similar, but the coral snake is one of the moat deadly poisonous snakes around. Best to leave it be.
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Sounds like a garter snake
it will probably be a California kingsnake :)
the one that comes from a yellow and brown and black butterfly
a skink lizard that comes from Missouri has black and yellow strips
Scarlet kingsnake, milk snake both have that coloration.
The Speckled King snake is a black snake with yellow or orange spots speckled over it's body. Another black snake with yellow spots would be Baby Eastern Black King Snake. Both are completely black with yellow speckles.
Answer Depending on the order of the stripes and the area where you live it is either a coral snake or a type of milk snake. I have just googled this because of a snake on a TV advert (in the UK). I reckon it could easily be a corn snake. They aren't actually stripes, but really look like stripes.
White and black rings could be a California King Snake. and they could be near wv through mountains
the worst kind
The black and yellow stripes that bees and wasps share are to warn other animals (including humans) that they are dangerous. That is why people get alarmed when they see any flying insect with black and yellow stripes. The hover fly for example has black and yellow stripes. People are scared of them, even though they are completely harmless.