A corn snake is likely to eat any lizard you put in with them that isn't big enough to eat the corn snake; any lizard you put in that is big enough to eat the corn snake probably will. In the wild, corns eat anoles, fence lizards and other small to medium sized reptiles, as well as rodents and birds.Cheers.. Any idea what other snakes would be ok with them, other than corns or rats? Or perhaps a lizard?
I've had them for almost 10 months now and not sure how easy it would be to introduce them, any hints and tips?
A "Copper" is the same as a "Rootbeer" - and the not-amelanistic form of the Creamsicle (i.e. it's a 'normal' morph Corn X Great Plains Rat.)Sorry to hijack the thread, but what are copper and harvest corns hybridised with? I know jungles and creamsicles, but never heard of the others.
You do realise that if Animal A is in 'the best spot' and Animal B wants to be in 'the best spot' and that best spot happens to be the same place for both animals at the same time... then that "friendly" looking "coiled up together somewhere" is actually competition for the best place in the vivarium?...so there's no competition and they've both got enough room to be able to be in the same area at the same time. They spend most of the time coiled up together somewhere.
YES !!!!So do you all house each baby corn seperatly???
even if you've got 50-100 of them?