Rattlesnakes are out a month earlier than usual in the Bay Area, so watch your step out on hiking trails.
A snake found under a car outside a school in Pescadero has been taken in by a reptile rescue organization that will try to find it a long-term home, according to the Peninsula Humane Society.
Authorities are investigating how a 7-foot-long Burmese python ended up under a car parked outside of a school in Pescadero on Friday afternoon.
Let’s face it, you and your fantasy draft have lost that special relationship. It’s nearly impossible to get everyone to agree to a date an time, and even when you do people start losing interest half way through. It’s time to change that. More and more people are severing ties with the serpentine draft format and opting to auction instead. Here’s why you and your buddies should do the same:
A flight from San Francisco International Airport to New York City was delayed Friday morning, after a pilot refused to run over a small snake that slithered onto the runway.
The auction draft format has begun to emerge as a commonplace format, replacing the snake draft in ever-increasing numbers. Which is the best format for you, and your league?
A Napa teen ended up in the hospital after a boa constrictor slithered into her room and bit her Monday morning.
The odds of being bitten by a rattlesnake are slim, but it does happen. 15 people were bitten by snakes in Santa Clara County last year, and emergency responders would prefer not to see it happen at all in 2013.
A Fresno science museum is missing a boa constrictor, two ball pythons and a monitor lizard after a vandal broke in and made off with the reptiles.
They slither, hiss and in a worst case scenario, can be very dangerous. In this Good Question: Are there any poisonous snakes in the Bay Area?