2019 Mexican Black Kingsnake Secret Collection
Babies are no longer on secret collection - please click this link to view available babies
Thank you for signing up for our waiting list. We have many customers on the list so please do not hesitate to make your purchase.
After we sell out of this group, we will continue to email waitlisters when more babies become available throughout the 2019 season. Once you made your purchase, please notify me at Stephanie@BHBReptiles.com if you would like me to remove you from the waitlist.
2019 Mexican Black Kingsnakes Available Now
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Kingsnakes are in the genus Lampropeltis and comprise of a number of species and subspecies. These are a Colubrid snake and most adults get between 3-6 foot in length. They are great feeders and their main diet comprises of rodents such as mice and rats. The optimal temperature for keeping most kingsnakes is 80-82 degrees ambient with an 85-90 degree hot spot. Kingsnakes can be cannibalistic snakes, so keeping multiple Kingsnakes in the same enclosure is not recommended. They are normally very docile animals and make great pets. The normal breeding season for kingsnakes is from April through July with average clutches from 4-15 eggs.