In general, no, especially if one species lays eggs and the other bears live young. In addition, their genes would be different and the DNA does match up so they sometimes cannot create a successful offspring. The only way that snakes can be crossbred is through captivity/laboratories.
Certain species of snake have been crossbred. For example, the corn snake and the king snake can crossbreed.
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