Corn Snake

Pantherophis Guttatus
South-East U.S.A
Over grown fields, open forests, barns and other abandoned buildings
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Natural History

Corn snakes get their name because they are often found near grain stores, attracted to the presence of mice and rats that eat the harvested corn. They are native to South eastern and central parts of North America and have become one of the most popular reptile pets in the world. They’re friendly, relatively small, easy to keep and available in a vast array of colours, making them an ideal beginners’ snake. Corns can grow to be around 2 metres (6ft) long and can live for over 20 years.

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