Add Your Pet Experience to Animal-World!

Join the conversation: Corn Snake
Pet Information: Corn Snake
* Connecting with Facebook - Allows you to:
- Add Quick Links
- Receive Notifications
- Browse your comments.
- Upload photos in your post

One moment please...

Reply to this Comment:

"Actually, corn snakes will eat other corn snakes, though there are many other reasons for not housing them together. They are solitary animals, and the presence of other corn snakes will stress them out, and may lead to eating problems. If you happen to get a male and a female in the same tank, they will mate and make lots of little snakes that you may not know what to do with. If they mate while they are still fairly small, the female could have egg binding problems and could die. Don't house corn snakes together. And unlike other reptiles, corn snakes don't need full-spectrum lighting. A little filtered light from the window is all they need. "
"S Smith"

To prevent spam, please answer this simple math problem:

2 * 0 = ?

We will include your name next to your comment.
*Your email address will be used only if we need to contact you regarding your comment.
(It will not be displayed on the website nor will it be available on the internet)

Connect with us on Facebook Watch us on YouTube Follow us on Twitter

Content uploaded to by a User is subject to the following restrictions and provisions: by uploading and/or posting any Content to the Site, you grant a perpetual, nonexclusive and royalty-free right to use the Content and the name that is submitted in connection with such Content; reserves the right to moderate, remove or delete any Content uploaded by any User for any reason, with or without notification to the uploading User; and, User is solely responsible for any Content uploaded to and agrees to not upload any content which is unlawful, defamatory, pornographic, indecent, lewd, threatening, fraudulent, invasive of privacy or otherwise objectionable.