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The grass snake (Natrix natrix)

- species is not venomous snake family of snake (Colubridae). Grass snakes are present throughout Europe (except Scotland, Ireland and the northern parts of Scandinavia).

The female is larger than the male and reaches an average length of 1.5 m, and the male to 1 m; recorded specimens longer. They feed on amphibians, fish or small rodents, which swallow without killing.

They attack only moving animals. In captivity grass snakes they live up to 15 years.

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