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Sunday, 19 August 2012

Corn Snake

Corn Snake: (Pantherophis guttatus guttatus), or red rat snake, is a North American species of rat snake that subdues its small prey by constriction. The name "corn snake" is a holdover from the days when southern farmers stored harvested ears of corn in a wood frame or log building called a crib. Corn snakes are found throughout the southeastern and central United States. Their docile nature, reluctance to bite, moderate adult size 3.9–6.0 feet (1.2–1.8 m), attractive pattern, and comparatively simple care make them popular pet snakes. In the wild, they usually live around 6–8 years, but in captivity can live to be up to 23 years old.

 Corn Snake
 Corn Snake
 Corn Snake
 Corn Snake
 Corn Snake
 Corn Snake
 Corn Snake
 Corn Snake
 Corn Snake
 Corn Snake


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