Eastern Coral Snake (Micrurus Fulvius)
The eastern coral snake is marked with yellow, red, and black colored rings. Yellow rings are narrow, while black and red ones are broad. The average length of the species is between 20 to 30 inches. A part of its head, starting from tip to the eyes, is black in color. Scales present on its body are smooth. Unlike the southern copperhead, the eastern coral snake has round pupils.