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  • Description

    Please note that the product information displayed is provided by manufacturers, suppliers and other third parties and is not independently verified by Petco.

    Corn snakes are easy to care for and have a docile temperament that makes handling quite easy. These snakes have been selectively bred to produce a variety of color morph variations. Many Corn Snakes enjoy hiding and climbing in elevated areas.

    • - Corn snakes are named for the pattern of their belly scales that resembles maize, an ancestor of modern day corn. They are known to be good climbers and escape artists
    • - Corn snakes can be housed together. Do not house different reptile species together
    • - Nocturnal - Awake at night, sleep during the day
    • - Environment: Arboreal
    • - Diet: Carnivore
    • - Max Size: 6 feet
    • - Lifespan: 20 years

    Specifications

    • SKU

      151033

    • Primary Brand

      Petco

    • Days to Ship

      Item is not shippable

  • Live Animal

    • Pet Max Length

      6 FT

    • Special Diet

      Carnivore

    • Temperament

      Community

    • Care Level

      Easy

    • Pet Min Length

      10 IN

  • A well-balanced corn snake diet consists of appropriately sized frozen rodents, thawed/warmed to above room temperature. Feed juveniles once a week, adults every one to two weeks. Feed in a separate tank so that your snake doesn't associate your hand or the habitat being opened with feeding. Fresh, clean, chlorine-free water should be available at all times in a bowl large enough for your snake to soak in.

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