T-Positive Albino Nelsons Milksnake
2018 T-Positive Albino Nelsons Milksnake
These are babies feeding on pinky mice.
When you breed a T Postive albino nelsons milksnake to a normal albino nelsons milksnake you will produce both types of albinos in the clutch.
Milksnakes are a type of kingsnake from the Lampropeltis triangulum species. With their red, black and white banding they are mimicking the venomous Coral snake. They get the name “milksnake” from an old wives tail which states that these snakes used to “steal” the milk of cows by attaching to the cows utters. Milksnakes will breed from March through August and have from 4-15 eggs. Proper temperature for these are 80-82 degrees with a hot spot of 84-86 degrees.