Snakes play an important role in the ecosystem and help control rodent populations. It is important to remember that snakes usually do not attack humans unless they feel threatened or cornered. Therefore, it is best to avoid them and give them space.
If you do encounter a snake in the wild, it is best to calmly and slowly back away and allow the snake to retreat.
If you are concerned about snakes in your area, it is best to contact local wildlife authorities for advice on how to deal with them safely and humanely. It is never a good idea to harm or kill wild animals, and there are often more effective and humane ways to manage animal populations.