“The snake is long, long, long and long.
The snake is black, green, yellow, red, stripes and spot.
The is coloured , colourful and colourless.
The snake is clever, resilience and courageous son of land.
The snake is beautiful, beautified slender daughter of land.
The snake is singing, singing, singing, and singing jingoism.
The snake is eating, eating, eating, eating and eating the grass.
The snake is of our savanna grassland is eating fruit.
The snake is eating sweet, round, square, oblong and oval fruit of our forest.”
Northern Redbelly Snake (Storeria occipitomaculata occipitomaculata)
The Northern redbelly snake is a nonvenomous snake in the Colubridae family. It is found from Saskatchewan to Nova Scotia, south to Florida and Texas. They can be found in moist flowerbeds, gardens, and moist woodlands, such as borders between a forest and a wetland.