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PUEBLAN MILK SNAKE
 
 
PUEBLAN MILK SNAKE

PUEBLAN MILK SNAKE

(Lampropeltis triangulum campbelli)

Description

Milk snakes are split into 25 subspecies. The Pueblan milk snake tends to display the typical red-black-white-black or red-black-yellow-black pattern. Females tend to be larger than males and they have the potential to reach up to 6ft in length although many will be smaller than this. In captivity, the average lifespan for a milk snake is 15 years.

Habitat & Distribution

Milk snakes are native to regions in both North and South America with the Pueblan milk snake inhabiting southern Puebla, eastern Morelos and northern Oaxaca, Mexico.

Diet

Their diet is varied; they will take small rodents, birds, lizards, amphibians and even other snakes.

Conservation Status

Not evaluated.