Great Oaks,Natalia,Tx. Medina Co.
Seen at Wateree Heritage Preserve. Identifying as Eastern Hognose due to flattening of neck when observing. Did not play dead. Small, only about 12 inches in length; possibly juvenile.
this snake was on the road around sunset. it was about a foot and a half long.
Probably the prettiest Eastern Hog-nosed I've ever seen.
Found dead - manner unknown. Approximately 6 inches in length - appears to be a hatchling.
Heterodon platirhinos, commonly known as the eastern hog-nosed snake,spreading adder, or deaf adder, is a harmless colubrid species endemic to North America. No subspecies are currently recognized.