Rough Green Snake
- Average snakes grow to less than 4 feet and have a very thin body
- Diet consists mostly of insects but tree frogs are eaten as well
- Rough Green Snakes are common in urban developments with adequate vegetation
The rough green snake is a docile, nonvenomous snake that lives in grassy fields and forests. It prefers to be close to water sources and is a good swimmer. This snake has a bright green back and a yellow underbelly, with rough scales covering its thin body. The green snake is especially docile and will allow humans to approach very close and seldom bites.