The garter snake is a relatively small snake that is generally green with three yellow stripes. Here is a picture below.[img_assist|nid=160867|title=Garter Snake|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=640|height=479]
Do you mean a garter snake? There are many species of garter snakes, and they are the most widely distruibuted snake genus in North America. Garter snakes are usually striped with a plan or checkered background color. These stripes help them blend in with their background. They are small in size, reaching a length of up to three feet with a very narrow body.
The snake gets its common name from its resemblance to a garter, a thin band people used to wear to hold up their stockings.
A texas garter snake (Thamnophis annectens)
A checkered garter snake (Thamnophis marcianus)
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