Top 10 Venomous and Non Poisonous Snakes of Florida

The state of Florida host to many types of wildlife including giant pythons,lizards,Marine mammals, land animals and birds. Boas, anacondas and pythons are three giant invasive species in the state and regarded as Snake that’s eating Florida. Other snakes species of Florida also includes reticulated python,Carpet Python,green anaconda, Canebrake Rattlesnake, Ball python,Indian pythons and Dusky Pigmy Rattlesnake.

Python + Python = Hybrid Supersnake
Burmese Python + African Rock Python = Giant and Gigantic Hybrid Supersnake

Burmese Python


Burmese Pythons in Florida were found in Everglades National Park in South Florida and classified as an invasive species in the state. Florida have become an breeding ground for this invasive species and they have spread to other areas of the southern United States. Burmese Python and African Rock Pythons may produce a new giant and gigantic hybrid python species in future.

African Rock Python


African Pythons are second most successful invasive species in the state of Florida. The African rock python are large nonvenomous snake and were dumped illegally in the state and now found in a suburban area west of Miami. If African rock pythons will start breeding with Burmese python, then Python plus Python equal to a new species of hybrid supersnake in Florida. This will be a new giant and gigantic hybrid python species invading Florida.

Boa Constrictor


Boa Constrictor is one of the largest species of snake in the world and third largest snake in Florida state. Along with Burmese pythons,African Rock Python and green anaconda, The Boa Constrictor was also introduced to the Florida swamps.



Florida Kingsnake is native to southern Florida state and they eat other venomous snakes. The kingsnakes are harmless colubrid snake species also found in the United States and northern Mexico.

Timber Rattlesnake


Timber Rattlesnake found in small area of Florida state and one of the top five pit viper species of Florida’s venomous snakes. The Timber Rattlesnakes are also called as canebrake rattlesnake, native snakes in Florida.

Eastern Coral Snake


Eastern Coral Snake sometime called as American cobra isf venomous species of elapid snake,found only in the Southeastern United States,Georgia and Florida. This venomous species of coral snakes are sometime confused with the harmless scarlet snake.



Florida Cottonmouth is a dark colored venomous snake species of pit viper, found in topography of Florida and southeastern United States. The cottonmouth is also known as the cottonmouth moccasin is one of the largest species of cottonmouth snakes.

Dusky Pigmy Rattlesnake


Dusky Pygmy Rattlesnake is one of the top five venomous snakes of Florida, found throughout the state of Florida. The Dusky Pigmy Rattlesnake is actually a venomous pitviper subspecies also found in most of the United States.

Southern Copperhead


Southern Copperhead is another top pit viper venomous species snake found in a limited range in Florida along with Copperheads and timber rattlesnakes. The Southern copperhead is one of the most beautiful species of pit viper snakes in the world.

Diamondback Rattlesnake


Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake is one of the largest species of Florida’s native snake and the most dangerous along with heaviest venomous snake in the America. The diamondback rattlesnake is largest rattlesnake of pit viper species in the world.

Green Anaconda and Indian Rock Pythons along with Carpet Python, Ball python are also found in the swamps of Florida state and these giant snakes are indeed eating the state of Florida. In the recent times all the three giant species of snakes have been found in Florida.