The Western Hognose is a North American snake that is found in the United States and Canada. This snake can be found in many different habitats, including grasslands, deserts, forests, and even suburban areas. They are known to hunt for prey on the ground or in trees. The Western Hognose snake has a brown, black, and white pattern on its back and sides. The underside of the Western Hognose snake is usually yellow or cream colored with black spots. The head of the Western Hognose snake has a distinctive upturned snout with a dark line running from eye to eye across the top of its head. The Western Hognose snake can grow up to 3 feet in length and can live up to 20 years in captivity.