The corn snake is widespread across the eastern United States, although it is most concentrated in the southeastern portion of the country. The habitat of the corn snake is variable and includes rocky hillsides, meadowla... More »

Corn snakes can reach lengths of 4 to 5.5 feet. Newly hatched corn snakes are just 8 to 12 inches in length. Babies can easily live in small snake habitats no bigger than shoe boxes, while adults need large aquariums; Re... More »

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The eastern corn snake, Pantherophis guttatus, is a non-venomous species found from southern New Jersey south to Florida and west to the Mississippi. The snake's preferred habitats include agricultural fields, pinelands,... More »

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Some snakes live in holes, while others reside in underground burrows. Snakes may create their own dwellings, called burrows, while others inhabit holes created by other animals. Some snakes meander through holes undergr... More »

There are three different kinds of venomous snakes in Ohio: the eastern timber rattlesnake, the northern copperhead and the massasauga rattlesnake. Every year, people report sightings of the poisonous water moccasin, but... More »

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Water moccasin snakes, commonly referred to as cottonmouths, are found throughout the Southeastern United States. They are primarily found from Virginia, down to Florida and across to eastern Texas. More »

The corn snake is typically orange to brownish-yellow with black-bordered red blotches throughout the length of its back. The belly features a black-and-white checkerboard pattern. Variations in color and pattern exist a... More »

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