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Corn snake morphs-Morphology and all the must-know facts at a glance

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Do you like snakes? Do you prefer one of them to your room? What will you do if you feel a snake is sleeping with you at night? Most of us will scream and run away. But do you know that there are many snakes are living in houses as pets? Yes, they are corn snake morphs. 

Who are corn snake morphs? 

There are many venomous snakes as well as non-venomous throughout the world as high-venomous, middle-venomous, low kind, and none kind. 

Now you might find curious about corn snake morphs!

The corn snake morphs belong to the latter. Therefore, corn has approved as domestic reptiles and pets. They will not harm you, but you must be very careful because they always try to escape.

Usually, they have a skin which seems like an orange color familiar with red. If not, the snakes have a brown color familiar with orange. There is a corn shaped mark on their belly. People say that this snake got its name because of the scar. Some others believe that they got it because the snakes always try to live in corn yards. 

Some say this kind seems like rattlesnakes. Some say they are like copperhead kind. But, according to scientists, this kind does not become familiar with anyone. Its scientific name is Pantherophis guttatus.

Where do they live? 

Usually, the kind lives in both southern and northern parts of the United States of America. It is hard to find one in the jungle. They are breeders. The professional reptile breeders quickly get chances to breed snakes and get corn snake morphs. 

Sometimes we can find them in jungles too because the breeders let them go out. But when people see one, they try to kill the snake. Most people think that all the snakes are venomous. That is why; the majority of them tend to get rid of them by killing.

What are the kinds of it?

Though we have mentioned that they have some kinds of orange color, the breeders ensure that there are so many kinds of these pets, such as,

· Normal Corn Snake

· Blood Red Corn Snake

· Abbott’s Okeetee Corn Snake

· Anerythristic Corn Snake

· Hypomelanistic Corn Snake and

· Albino Corn Snake.

Those are very popular and easy to find. But some other snakes rarely found such as,

· Topaz Corn Snake

· Tessera Corn Snake

· Palmetto Corn Snake

· Scaleless Corn Snake

· Snopal Stripe (Glacial Stripe) Corn Snake

· Candy Cane Corn Snake

· Lava Corn Snake

· Granite Corn Snake

· Butter Stripe Corn Snake

· Pastel Motley Corn Snake

· Coral Snow Corn Snake and

· Miami Corn Snake.

It is hard to list all those names because the scientists say that there are over seven hundred kinds of these pets.

The breeding process of corn snakes

Not only the snakes but also all the reptiles have to be bred very carefully. Not like other animal breeding, this one is a different subject and has to learn very well. There are some parts of the reptile breeding process.

· Genetic Traits 

· Recessive Traits 

· Dominant Traits 

· Co-Dominant Traits 

· Phenotype 

· Genotype 

· Polygenic traits

· Outcrossing

· Homozygous and

· Heterozygous.

All breeders can be divided into one of these types. You can recognize the class by its appearance.

Highlights of the purchasing process

It is not too hard to find corn in the market of the United States. According to the reports, there are about a thousand kinds of snakes, and also there are about eighty salesmen whom you can buy the pets.

The sellers are not only in the United States but also in Europe and South Africa too. You can search the internet, order one, and get one. It does not matter where you live because you have to pay the amount and also the shipping payment before they send the pet. It is not safe to send the snakes by an aero-plane, and therefore the seller prefers to choose the ship.

Try these different reptiles, the corn snake morphs as your pets and get a new feeling!

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