All About Corn Snake (Species Profile, Characteristics and Cares)

The Corn Snakes

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A Guide to Caring for Corn Snakes as Pets

Taking its name from the corn granaries, which attracted mice and then these mouse predators, the corn snake makes an excellent pet snake.

It is generally docile, relatively easy to care for, and does not get very large; it's a great choice especially for beginner snake owners. However, these reptiles are also favorites of even experienced keepers due to the array of beautiful colors and patterns selective, captive breeding has produced.

Closely related to the rat snakes (as cousins in the genus Elaphe), corn snakes are sometimes called red rat snakes. They are native to the southeastern United States, are mostly land-dwelling, and are active mainly at dusk and dawn.

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Source: Clint's Reptiles

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