Bull snake on burned prairie
April, 2000

One of the longest and heaviest snakes in Missouri is the bullsnake.

Bullsnakes can average four to six feet long but may grow upwards to seven, maybe even eight, feet in the right environment.

Bullsnakes are tan, yellow, or cream-colored with numerous, large, brown, or black blotches. These markings along the back and sides are generally black on the neck and tail and brown down the middle of the body. 

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