Planet-Pets.com

Main Channels
Dogs Cats Fish
Birds Horses Rabbits
Reptiles Exotic Donkeys

Corn Snake

(Elaphe Guttata


Corn Snake Species Information

Corn Snake

Corn Snakes, also called rat snakes, are good climbers and would like a tree in their cage.

Their diets consist of field mice, rats, lizards, and birds. Separate your snakes when feeding them.

As for lighting, if there is no natural light available 8 to 10 hours of articficial light should be provided.

Heating should be provided. These snakes feel comfortable at 72 to 80 degrees F (22-28 degrees C ) during the day and 64-68 degrees F (5-15 degrees C) at night.

Corn snakes should be allowed to hibernate at reduced temperatures of 41 to 59 degrees F (5-15 degrees C) for about 2 to 3 of the winter months.

Most corn snakes are nocturnal.

 

More Snake Information
Snake Species Directory
Snake Care Directory
Anatomy and Skin
Feeding and Accommodations
Disease and Reproduction
Traveling With Your Snake
Snakes For Dummies


Designer Dogs - A Bundle Of Joy... Or A Heap Of Trouble?
Special Report will show you the good, the bad and the ugly facts about designer dogs so you can make an informed decision

More Snake Information
Snake Species Directory
Snake Care Directory
Snake Anatomy and Skin
Snake Feeding and Accommodations
Snake Disease and Reproduction
Traveling With Your Snake
Snakes For Dummies

FREE BOOK

Heal Your Dog or Cat at Home
- PLUS - 3 FREE Videos

Name:  
Email:  
Also signs you up for daily newsletter ~ unsubscribe anytime.
Dr. Jones' Privacy guarantee:
"I respect your privacy. I will NEVER sell, rent or share your email address. That's more than a policy, it's my personal guarantee!"
Dr. Andrew Jones, DVM



Copyright © 2017 Planet-Pets.com. All Rights Reserved Worldwide.