How Big Do Corn Snakes Get?


How big a corn snake gets depends on the snake itself. Some of them stay relatively modest at about three feet long. Others however can grow to be as big as 5'6'.
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Corn snakes come in wide range of colors. They are usually red to brown in color with red and black blotches running the length of their body. The scales are slightly keeled and very
5 feet and somthimes reaching 7 feet if it has been fed well. Average adult length is 2-5 feet with the very most being 3-4 ft.
An adult corn snake will grow to anywhere between 3 to 5 feet by the time it is an
1. Always use frozen then thawed rodents. While some people think that using live prey seems more natural, many captive bred snakes have never had live prey. Live prey also pose many
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The biggest a corn snake may get is 5 feet in length but most corn snakes average about 3 1/2 feet. These snakes make good pets and can live 15 to 20 years.
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