The grass snake is typically dark green or brown in colour with a characteristic yellow collar behind the head, which explains the alternative name ringed snake.
Where do snakes live in the grass?
Grass snake is a type of non-venomous snake. There are nine subspecies of grass snake that can be found in Europe, Middle East and northwestern parts of Africa. They are especially abundant in south and south-eastern parts of the England. Grass snake lives in woodlands, grasslands, marshes, near the ponds and streams.
What are snakes afraid of?
PREDATORS. It is hard to believe but snakes have many enemies. Large birds, wild boars, mongooses, raccoons, foxes, coyotes and even other snakes are a few of the dangers snakes fall prey to. Many people find it surprising that the largest and the scariest snakes can be afraid of anything, but it is true.