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Hi guys, I recently started volunteer at Five Sisters Zoo in Scotland. Im in the education department and we have a female corn we use for handling. She was a rescue that we were told was a regular 'snow' but she is absolutely not a snow, and nobody knows what morph she actually is. She is all white with thin yellow stripes, so i thought 'snow stripe' but all the pictures of snow stripes ive seen still have visable saddles on their back while she doesnt. Could her saddles have just faded and she is actually a snow stripe or is there something else going on? I'm just curious to know whats going on with her genetics as shes like no corn Ive ever seen.
 

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Snow stripes don't have saddles as they have stripes instead!

See here for images.

Snow Stripe Corn Snake - Ians Vivarium Reptile Forum


If the pics you've seen have saddles, they are not pics of snow stripes!


If you post a pic of the actual snake, we'll be able to ID it. :2thumb:
 

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Commenting just so I can keep track and see the pictures. ;) Because I am nosy and love corns.
 
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