I do not believe snakes have specific names for their genders. They are unlike other species that have cows and bulls or the even more complicated filly, colt, stallion, mare, or gelding used to reference the different genders (and fertility) and ages of horses.
How detailed a set of names an animal gets tends to be based upon how much they interact with humans. Domesticated animals tend to have lots, like cow, calf, bull, steer. Wild animals we interact with like deer are close by, with such things as stag, hart, fawn, doe. Further outwards from human interaction is something like tiger, tigress, cub. When you get to snakes, which humans can’t even tell the gender of easily, we tend to just go “snake” and end there.
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