Corn snakes in the wild live in places like overgrown fields and forests they will also take up residence in a cozy abandoned building or farm they are quiet animals and prefer a quiet habitat in colder weather snakes hibernate however if the weather is just chilly snakes will come out on warmer days to feel the heat of the sun. Corn snakes are domestic animals because they are bred to look different than wild snakes whether the breeder is producing snow corns lavender corns or amelanistic bloodred corn snakes these animals look nothing like the wild corn snake they would stand out if released into the wild and would probably be killed by predators in a short time. What do corn snakes eat in the wild a corn snakes favorite food in the wild is small live rodents scientifically speaking corn snakes are referred to as rat snakes because their natural diet consists mostly of rodents birds tiny frogs and similar they even got their name because of their chosen diet. Corn snakes are non venomous in the wild a hungry corn snake must catch and then subdue a prey by first biting it and then wrapping themselves around it and squeezing then they typically swallow the prey whole corn snakes can expand their jaws to wider than the size of a prey animal
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