Hey there, Fern Gully here! I'm a medium-sized, unaltered Corn Snake with stunning red and orange scales. I am a very easygoing snake that can be a little shy when I first meet a new human, but just give me a little time to warm up and I'm ready to be friends! When I have an established routine with my person, I really start to open up. I especially enjoy a little outside time for extra exercise and sunshine 2 or 3 times a week. In fact, I love to explore so much that I can easily escape if you don't have a secure enclosure for me! Just make sure you have a large, sturdy vivarium that I can climb, hide, and roam in, and we'll be all set. I would be a great choice for a first-time owner (so long as you do your homework!). Ask for Fern Gully, ID# A814468.
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