Albino Checkered Gartersnake
2019 Albino Checkered Gartersnake
These are babies feeding on fish, worms and small pinkies.
The Garter snake is in the Colubrid family of the genius Thamnophis, but is not considered a constrictor. They are wide spread throughout North America. One of the things that make Garter snakes such popular pet snakes is that they can survive on a non-rodent diet of worms, fish and frogs. They have live young with some species having up to 50 live babies at a time. The breeding season is from March until August and gestation typically last between 80-105 days. They can be kept at lower temps then most pet snakes with an ambient temperature of 75-80 degrees and a hot spot of 80-85 degrees.
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