A ghost corn snake is a corn snake with a combination of Anerythristic and Hypomelanistic genes. Ghost corn snakes have scales that are different shades of gray and brown on a ligh...
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...
The corn snake (Pantherophis guttatus) is a North American species of rat snake
that subdues its small prey by constriction. It is found throughout the ...
Corn snakes are slender with a length of 24 to 72 inches (61 to 182 cm). They are
usually orange or brownish-yellow, with large, black-edged red blotches down ...
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When selecting a corn or rat snake, look for a well-fleshed body, no visible cuts or
abrasions, clear, alert eyes, tongue flicking, no signs of mites or ticks. The vent ...
Here is a guide to choosing a corn snake as a pet with information about this
animal and how to care for pet corn snakes.
Dec 1, 2014 ... Corn snakes are nonvenomous snakes found primarily in the southeastern
United States. They are popular as pets, and selective breeding has ...
Members of the rat snake clan can have stripes, blotches, or a combination of
stripes and blotches; even unicolored species can be found. Corn snakes have
Care sheet for the corn snake Pantherophis guttatus (Elaphe guttata).