What Does a Corn Snake Look like?

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A corn snake is also called a red rat snake. It will look like a fairly small snake, usually red with yellowish spots or bands.
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Corn Snake
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Reptilia Order: Squamata Family: Colubridae Genus: Elaphe Species: Elaphe guttata
The Corn Snake, Elaphe guttata, is sometimes called the "Red Rat Snake." The back has from 27 - 40 large, black-margined brown or reddish blotches against a ground color of brown, gray, orange, or... More »
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A corn snake in the united states is identified by its brownish orange skin accompanied by red and orange saddles with black boarders. Corn snakes are not poisonous, they constrict
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1. Purchase a 10- to 20-gallon tank for your new pet so that it can stretch out and get a bit of exercise. Make sure your aquarium includes a wire top and safety clips so the snake
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a bit like mice poop but there will be a calcium package which is white.
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1 Get the right sized tank for your snake. Corn snake adults can get to be as big as 5 feet (1.4m) long. You may not need a 20 gallon enclosure at start, but eventually you will.
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