Reverse Okeetee Corn Snake Overview
The reverse Okeetee corn snake for sale is also known as an albino Okeetee corn snake. These baby reverse Okeetee corn snakes for sale are captive born here in Florida.
They are named after the location they were first found in combined with the fact that they are albinos.
Okeetee corn snakes have bright red and contrasting white bands. we are constantly working to bring you a number of other baby corn snake morph patterns and color mutations.
Remember that even though these snakes may look different from each other they are all the same species and require the same care and maintenance in captivity.
Reverse Okeetee Corn Snake Care
Corn snake care is simple and straight forward. The first step is to acquire a small terrarium equipped with a reptile heating pad. You can use either aspen bedding or coconut bark bedding for the enclosure.
Use either a small hide spot and a small water bowl or maybe the water bowl and hide combination that we carry.
Another item that all reptile tanks need is a digital thermometer to assess the temperature for safety. You can find all of these items in our convenient corn snake setup.
Finally baby corn snakes need a meal of a frozen thawed pinky or fuzzy mouse every 4-7 days. They have a high metabolism and therefore need more meals than a python or boa would.
Feeding the Corn Snake
Feed your corn snake one defrosted mouse or rat a week, no larger than the widest part of the body. Once they reach maturity they can be fed every other week, and can be offered small rats, chicks, and other species that are the appropriate size.
Ensure that all frozen prey items are thoroughly defrosted in a fridge overnight, then brought up to room temperature before being offered to the snake. Prey can either be offered on tongs, or left in the vivarium for the snake to find.
If you are wondering if a corn snake is the right pet for you read this article.