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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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 »

Snake-A-Way is a snake repellent that works by interfering with the snake's Jacobson's organ, according to Professional Pest Control Products. The active ingredient, which is naphthalene, shuts down a snake's Jacobson's ... More »

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A full-grown corn snake is between 30 and 48 inches long. The largest on record was 6 feet long. Corn snakes are native to North America and are found from New Jersey to the Florida Keys, west to New Orleans and north to... More »

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Determining a corn snake's gender can be done by one of three methods: popping, probing and visual techniques, according to the Utah Veterinary Clinic. The first two methods should only be done by professionals, as they ... More »

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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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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 ... More »

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