Corn Snake Information

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The corn snake is very easy to keep and care for. They’re very passive and have many beautiful morphs to choose from. They make for the perfect snake for first time snake owners. Click through our articles below on the corn snake.

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Rat Snake vs Corn Snake (Differences & Similarities)

Rat snakes are medium-large constrictor snakes found in the Northern Hemisphere. They live for over 30 years in captivity and are docile pets. Corn snakes are part of the rat snake family. They have orange or brown bodies and checkered bellies. They live for 23 years in captivity.

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Do Corn Snakes Hibernate & Brumate?

Corn snakes are ectotherms. It means they can’t generate their body heat. When the outside temperature drops, they enter a state of dormancy called brumation. They hide in burrows and limit their movement until it’s warm again.

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Are Corn Snakes Nocturnal Or Diurnal?

Corn snakes can exhibit both sleeping patterns. It means they sleep during the day and night, both. They are crepuscular – most active during the twilight hours.

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Can Corn Snakes Swim Safely?

If you have a pet corn snake, you’ve probably wondered at some point if they’re particularly strong swimmers.  Furthermore, do