Are you looking for an exciting new pet? Look no further than the Black Gap Trans Pecos Rat Snake! This beautiful sub-adult male snake will make a great addition to any home. The Black Gap Trans Pecos Rat Snake is a native of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. He gets his name from the black markings on his body, separated by narrow, light-colored stripes. He typically grows to be about 4 feet long but can reach up to 6 feet in length.
The Black Gap Trans Pecos Rat Snake is a non-venomous snake that is safe for handling. He is an excellent choice for beginner snake owners, as he is not overly aggressive and is relatively easy to care for.
If you are looking for a fun and unique pet, the Black Gap Trans Pecos Rat Snake is a perfect choice!
Craig - September 12, 2012
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john d - May 28, 2014
I've probably driven these people totally nuts while I was deciding on which ones & how many (got a breeding pair of Marbled & a breeding pair of Flying Geckos), but they never once let on how "dumb" I was being. I loved working with them and my babies arrived, safe/sound/active/alert and very healthy. I'm looking forward to dealing with them again in the future!
Sherry Mc Greevy - February 14, 2012
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