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Corn Snake

Pantherophis guttatus guttatus

Description:

Eight year old female, approximately five feet long, red, orange, and black patterns with checkered white and black belly scales.

Habitat:

Wild corn snakes are native to the southeastern US, however Marigold lives in a hundred gallon tank.

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3 Comments

SaraPaige626
SaraPaige626 7 years ago

Thank you HazelMarley! And JSNAKER, corn snakes can reach up to four feet, however Marigold was severely underfed for the first three years of her life and came to me as a rescue, I got her back on track and she is now approximately five feet =)

snakes are cool
snakes are cool 7 years ago

How big do they get?

HazelMarley
HazelMarley 7 years ago

I love snakes... Great picture.

SaraPaige626
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SaraPaige626

New York, USA

Spotted on Dec 15, 2013
Submitted on Dec 15, 2013

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