The Apalachicola kingsnake is a subspecies of the common kingsnake. Kingsnakes are so named for their habit of eating other snakes; they even eat rattlesnakes, as they are immune to venom. The snake is active during the day and spends most of its time on the ground.
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This species can consume snakes longer than themselves by folding the prey over itself in their stomachs as it is being swallowed.