This Kingsnake had spots of yellow within its initial chains. I asked Win to hold the snake so that I could take a picture of the spots.

While Win tried to restrain the snake and allow a good pose of the head and neck, the snake clamped onto his arm. I thought this would make a great picture but the snake released before I could focus.

I told the snake to bite Win again. The snake bit him again!

As can be seen, the bites made very little visible impact. However, the scratches that do show further up Winís arm were from a Redbelly Watersnake he had caught in the morning hunts. Watersnakes have bigger teeth.
SC Reptiles and Amphibians: Hellhole 2006