Corn snakes are non-venomous snakes found primarily in the southeastern United States.They inhabit dry fields, open woodlands, grasslands and rock hillsides.
They are medium-size snakes, brightly colored with individual patterns. Their natural color is dark red blotches outlined in black on a deep orange background, with a black and white checkerboard pattern on the belly. Their scales are lightly keeled. They are a constrictor and their diet consists of mice and other rodents, chicks, and lizards.
Did you know?
Rodents are corn snakes' favorite dinner. Not being venomous, these snakes don't just bite their prey to kill it — they constrict it.