How do you ID the difference between a milk snake and a king snake (physical differences)?
Milk snakes are a subspecies of king snakes, so first of all you don't need to know how to ID them, and second of all I don't think there is any discernable difference besides the fact that there are more varieties of milk snake colorations.
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