– Albino corn snakes are not a distinct species, but rather a color morph of the common corn snake (Pantherophis guttatus).
– Albino corn snakes are characterized by their lack of pigmentation, resulting in a white or yellow color with pink or red eyes.
– They are a popular choice as pets due to their small size, docile nature, and easy care requirements.
– They are non-venomous and are relatively easy to handle and care for.
– They are native to the southeastern United States and can be found in a variety of habitats, including forests, fields, and wetlands.
– They are primarily nocturnal and feed primarily on rodents, such as mice and rats.
– Albino corn snakes can live up to 20 years in captivity with proper care.
– They can grow to an average length of 3-5 feet.
– Albino corn snakes are not considered endangered, but their population has been impacted by habitat destruction and collection for the pet trade.