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Albino Cornsnake (babies)
 
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Price: $59.99
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Species:

The Albino Corn Snake belongs to the Colubridae family.

Origin:

These snakes can be found in the southeast United States.

Size and Longevity:

Corn snakes can grow to be 4 to 6 feet long depending on the amount of food available to them. The average life of a Corn Snake is about 15 to 20 years but can live up to almost 25 years in captivity.

General Description:

The corn snake does well in captivity and is generally very tame, and is a good beginner snake. Like most snakes, Corn Snakes are nocturnal, hiding during the day time and coming out mostly at night.

Corn Snakes have a large range of colors and distinguishing features which make them a big hit with breeders and snake collectors. Albino Corn Snakes are white-bodied and have pink colored saddles.

Habitat and Cage:

Baby Corn Snakes do not need much space, but they do climb a lot and as they need more room. The general rule is that the enclosure should be no less than two-thirds of the snakes full length.

Some type of substrate needs to be provided, which is generally aspen shavings or newspaper. Never use any type of pine in the enclosure because the oils from pine are toxic to snakes. The terrarium should be set up so there is a hot end (80°-85°F) and cool end (70°-75°F). The temperature should not be allowed to drop below 70°F or be raised above 90°F at any time. There should be a hiding spot in both temperature zones for the snake's confort. Not providing adequate hiding areas can lead to stress which can cause health problems and a shorter life span.

Corn Snakes live in a warm and semi-humid environment, therefore their cages should imitate this environment. The humidity should be kept near 50% and can be raised to 70% during the shedding period, but for no longer than one week. A water bowl big enough for the snake to coil inside of must be provided. The water is necessary for the snake's survival and will help maintain the humidity of the enclosure.

These snakes do not need any special lighting, but they will need approximately 12 hours of light and 12 hours of a darkness each day to simulate their natural environment. Almost any type of light will work including a regular light bulb or the natural light.

Feeding:

Young Corn Snakes need to eat once every 7 to 10 days while adults only need to eat once every 14 days. Over feeding (power feeding) can lead to long term health problems and a shorter life span. Food sources include pinkies (baby mice) for the young Corn Snakes, and fuzzies (adolescent mice) and adult mice for adult Corn Snakes. The meal provided should be approximately the size of the largest part of the snake's body or a little bit bigger. During a shed cycle a snake may refuse to eat, but once the shed cycle is over the snake should go back to eating normally.

Handling a snake too soon after eating can induce regurgitation so handling the snake is not recommended for at least 2 days. It takes approximately 4 to 6 days to completely digest food depending on the size of the prey and the temperature of the enclosure. Corn Snakes are easy to pick up with little or no resistance. Handling snakes gently and frequently have a big role in keeping them from becoming aggressive.

Written By:
Chris Denton


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