IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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Thamnophis proximus, Western Ribbon Snake, is a species prominent in North and South America. Although abundant in some areas, it is registered as an endangered species in Wisconsin and New Mexico, where it is uncommon (Rossman et al. 1996). It is found in a variety of different climates and environments; however, it is reliant on aquatic habitats for food. 


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