2. Rainbow Snake
Rainbow Snake is a species of large, nonvenomous, highly aquatic, colubrid snake, which is endemic to coastal plains of the southeastern United States. They are rarely seen due to their secretive habits. They spend most of their lives in the water, hiding in aquatic vegetation or other forms of cover. They are strong swimmers and also know how to burrow into mud and sand. Rainbow snakes are not aggressive when captured, and do not bite their captors. Adult female rainbow snakes usually lay their eggs in July.