Question by  Spike (17)

How do you take care of albino corn snakes?


Answer by  michaeldang (29)

Since it is an albino snake, these kind of snakes do not do too well in bright light. Like all reptiles, they need warm temperature during the day (75-85 degrees Farenheight), and 65-72 degrees farenheight during the night. Their diet consists of mice, chicks, rodents, and lizards.


Answer by  hibpmgirl (2166)

You will need a large aquarium, a heat lamp for half of the aquarium. Must be fed once a week, frozen mice are best.


Answer by  Zuzu (200)

Albino corn snakes are rather easy to care for. They require fresh water, a daytime bulb for day warmth and a moonlight bulb for the evening. Keep the temperature at approximately 80 degrees. Use paper towelling or newspaper to line the cage and clean daily. Feed with small mice no thicker than the thickest part of the snake body.


Answer by  dubbers (49)

Albino corn snakes can be housed alone or with other snakes in a woodland or desert terrarium with moderate humidity. Provide a hiding place, water, and a tree limb for climbing. Feed the snake mice once or twice a week, and keep the tank's temperature between 75 and 85 degrees.


Answer by  user71 (796)

The care of an albino corn snake should be no different than the care of any other corn snake provided they are fed and housed properly.


Answer by  wried42004 (9)

The most important thing to remember in the care of your albino corn snake, but in the care of all snakes, is to NEVER use cedar chips to line with. This can be very bad for your pet. Remember also that snakes are very alert to movement near their cage and there eyes so are bright, this is normal behavior.

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