Description: Worm snakes are small, shiny, brown snakes with pink or whitish bellies. Their light belly coloration extends partially up onto their sides. Worm snakes have sharp points on their tails and very small heads used for burrowing after insects and earthworms.
Feeding/Diet: Worm snakes are active mostly at night and are common in damp woodlands where they feed primarily on earthworms.
Habitat/Range: They are often found in rotting logs, but may burrow deep into the soil during hot, dry spells
Reproduction: Worm snakes lay 1–8 eggs during early summer.
Miscellaneous: Worm snakes never bite, but are usually very “wiggly” when held in the hand.