Bullsnake

A tan and black snake on rocky surface
Bullsnakes are one of six reptile species found in the park.

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A white and tan striped snake with black dots on a rock

Terrestrial Gartersnake

Terrestrial gartersnakes are the most common reptile in Yellowstone.

A tan and brown spotted snake with rattler in a coil

Prairie Rattlesnake

Prairie rattlesnakes are the only dangerously venomous snakes in Yellowstone.

A brown snake on gravel next to a human hand

Rubber Boa

Rubber boas are usually found in rocky areas near streams or rivers with nearby shrubs or trees.

A dark gray, tan, and white striped lizard with small spikes on gravel

Sagebrush Lizard

The sagebrush lizard is the only lizard in Yellowstone.

A black, white & red snake on a rock surface

Common Gartersnake

Common gartersnakes are only found in southern parts of the park.

The head of a brown spotted snake among grass

Reptiles

There are six reptile species in Yellowstone.

Last updated: September 12, 2019

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