Lavender Corn Snake

The lavender corn snake is a beautiful, docile reptile that can make a great pet for the right owner. It is a native of the southeastern United States


The Lavender Corn Snake is a color morph of the Corn Snake, which is a species native to the southeastern United States.


They have a light purple or lavender coloration with dark brown or black patches on their backs.


The Lavender Corn Snake, like other Corn Snakes, typically grows to between 3 and 5 feet in length


The lifespan of a Lavender Corn Snake in captivity is around 20 years, with proper care and nutrition.


The Lavender Corn Snake, like other Corn Snakes, is known for its docile and easy-going temperament.


In captivity, they can be fed a diet of appropriately-sized mice or rats. It’s important to match the size of the prey item to the size of the snake


The first step in breeding Lavender Corn Snakes is to provide them with the proper care and nutrition.


– Never grab or hold the snake too tightly, as this can cause it stress and may result in the snake biting or struggling to escape.

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