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What is an albino California kingsnake?

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Albino California kingsnakes are specimens that, due to a genetic disorder, lack pigmentation in the skin. Albinism can affect all vertebrates, including humans. California kingsnakes can live more than 20 years and grow up to 6 feet, although on average the snakes do not exceed 4 feet.

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The California kingsnake is one of the most common pet snakes in the United States. California kingsnakes are native to California, Nevada, Arizona and Oregon and Baja California in Mexico, and they can still be found in the wild. These snakes eat just about any animal small enough to be swallowed whole, including other snakes, such as rattlesnakes.

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