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Here is a couple pics and a video of our new snake eating. Don't watch the video if your are squeemish, it is fairly graphic. She was sold as a Anerythristic blood red cornsnake but I am unsure if that is really what she is, any snake lovers out there that can help me properly ID her that would be great. She is currently close to 2 ft long.





 

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I will have to check that out. I don't think so, I think they are straight lines across. Can't really check right now as she is molting right now.
 

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Beautiful corn, she's a lovely colour, almost looks lavender? We also have 2 corns (butter and amel) and 12 other snakes ;)
Where did you get her from?
 

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Truly amazing creature! BTW, any of you got bit by 1 yet?
Bit by a snake?
Not today... but last week my kenyan sand boa got me, and I had to pull a tooth out of my hand from my Colombian boa. I have pics lol but this is a fish forum ;) Come on over to the BC Reptile Club for the graphic stuff ;)
 

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Yes she is a light lavender color with grey also has beet red eyes.
Never been bitten by her, she is a sweetheart. Also she is the first snake we have ever had.
 

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Corn snakes have been morphed into an incredible variety of colours, one for every taste. I think typically bloodreds have a solid white belly but maybe the anery gene could have affected that?
 
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