Albino Corn Snake?

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The albino corn snake is not very rare. Selective breeding has allowed the snake species to grow preventing extinction.
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They used to be VERY rare - However - more breeders are using selective breeding to produce colour variations on the original 'red blotchy' pattern - creating more albinos.
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Albino corn snakes have a variety of Red and orange and white, in all different
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In the United States, corn snakes are only in the Eastern part of the country-as far north as New Jersy, and as far south as Florida. They are found in fields quite often including
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My corns have done best on dried-out eco-earth substrate by zoo-med. It comes in 'bricks' and is made out of compressed coconut dirt, that when let soak in water comes about the same
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Baby Albino Corn Snakes are very common snakes. They are not rare and are part of the largest snake family of about 1,700 species. Other names they have been called ...
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