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Albino Corn Snake
Like all corn snakes, the albino corn snake makes an excellent pet for the advanced beginner.
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I just aquired an albino corn snake that I named Maize Bianco. I think it is male (ha ha) I have always loved snakes and volunteer at the local zoo and handle many tropical snakes. So far he has been great. He definitely prefers live food to frozen. He is a good eater and seems to be very content. I think they make great pets. Hats off to snake lovers!!! Any comments for a new snake owner would be greatly appreciated.
I just got a baby albino snake for Christmas (already love it!) and I have a question. I read here that the snake will not do well in bright lighting, but that is the bulb the store gave me. My snake has a log 'house' that it can hide under. Is this fine? or should I switch out the light? Also, as of now I have the light positioned on the side of the tank (approx 30 gal). Should I have it further away? I also have a red light and was planning on using that at night because my house can get pretty cold. Any info would be nice.
Hey Everybody, I just bought an Albino CornSnake and I luv her. I think it's a her,lol. But, um yes, I bought her 12-21-08 at 8:30pm. This is my 1st time taking care of a snake, if anybody has good tips, please help me out. By introduction: Her Name is Fyre (hint: fire spelled differently) and she's great already. Hopefully I will be a great pet owner.
I have had my albino corn snake for a year and a month now and he behaves very well. Thankfully he eats both live and dead because I made a move to NC where none of the nearby stores have live. They are great to start out with before getting real big snakes. Mine is almost 2 ft already and I feed him once every 7 days, alternating between fuzzies and hoppers.
I have an Albino corn snake named Tango. I have had him for 6 years, he is 4 and half foot. He is real friendly because I handle him a lot. I give him two medium mice a week. He isn't over weight and is in great shape.
Feeding your snake... it may have a preferance for live or dead food, some snakes like there food to be alive and others its dead.
I bought an albino corn snake 6 weeks ago and she won't eat, I was wondering can any one tell me why please.
Snakes are the best animals. Corn snake, african rock, rosy boa, emerald tree boa, and riticulated python are the snakes which I like so much. I am Ayham, I am 11 years old, and snakes are my life.
i just got an albino corn snake like a few hours ago and her name is ripley. she is already friendly and very nice. she was my b-day present, i just turned 11. she let me hold her the first time i saw her and loves it. she hasn't hissed or been aggressive yet and i hope she stays like that. she's great so far and i love her. she is the nicest snake ever and im very glad i have her!=]
Lisa P. Whitten
We have had an albino corn snake since April of this year and LOVE him. He has been the best pet. I just wish I had discovered snakes as pets before I discovered dogs and cats. Very easy to care for. Our albino is very docile, loves to be held, has never coiled or offered to strike, has never hissed. We feed him in a separate plastic container so that he does not associate our hand coming into his home as offering food. In late May, we got a ghost corn snake. We keep her in a separate home than our albino, though they are about the same size (now about 18 inches). She is not as friendly as our albino, though she still has not offered to strike. She does become somewhat apprehensive when you try to pick her up and she does get in the striking position sometimes. She is not as comfortable being held and when in her home, she hides most of the time, while our albino loves lying in his tree or on the sand. We bought them at different stores so I imagine they were handled differently in the stores and that is why they are so different now. Or I guess they could just have different temperaments like people do!