Lockback Black Snake

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Corn Snake Care.net : The Albino Corn Snake

The Albino's body color pattern includes red, orange, yellow and white. Unlike any other Corn snake, the Albino has no black pigment on their skin.

Although Corn snakes are available in numerous color and patterns, one common trait is that they all have a spear-shaped head. Corn snakes may be found in the eastern United States from southern New Jersey south through Florida, west into Louisiana and parts of Kentucky. They are also only breed in captivity, not in the wild.

The Albino is a very docile and submissive snake that is tolerant of frequent handling. Albino Corn snakes average between three to five feet, like other corn snakes. Albinos are constrictors and will easily feed on mice. The average size of an Albino is typically between three and five feet long.

Here are a few tips to keeping your Albino happy. Be sure that the cage or aquarium for your Albino is clean at all times and has at least two hides to help it feel secure. The ideal placement of these hides, is to have one on the warm side and one on the cool side of the tank. I also recommend using Alpine Substrate approximately one to two inches deep. This will create an additional hide for your snake.

Corn snakes love to climb, so having a vertical tree branch will keep it happy. Your Albino will also require fresh and clean water at all times. Keep in mind that it is very common for them to sometimes defecate in it. You also want to make sure that you have the aquarium set to the right temperature for them. It should include both a cool and warm side. The best temperature for your Albino will be between 72 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit.

The feeding schedules can vary but usually feeding your snake every seven to ten days will keep them happy. If you live close to a pet store, it may be worth just picking up a live or frozen mouse as needed so that you don't have to worry about storing it. These snakes are commonly used for educational presentations for children because of its peaceful and mild temperament.

Another important thing to remember is that your Albino will need to be handled in order to get exercise and for socialization with the owner and other members of the family or friends.

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