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What is a ghost corn snake?

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A ghost corn snake is a corn snake with a combination of Anerythristic and Hypomelanistic genes. Ghost corn snakes have scales that are different shades of gray and brown on a lighter background. The lighter backgrounds can contain hues of lavender, pink, orange and tan.

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Ghost corn snakes are among the most popular corn snake compound morphs. Other common compound morphs include the snow, blizzard, phantom, amber and plasma corn snakes. Corn snakes are generally carnivorous animals and eat every few days when in the wild. Corn snakes can be found throughout the southeastern and central United States. Corn snakes are a popular choice as pets because of their pleasant temperament and willingness to be held by owners for extended periods of time.

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