Corn snakes are a popular pet snake, and they are typically very easy to care for. Baby corn snakes are usually born in the wild, but they can also be captive-bred. Captive-bred corn snakes are generally easier to manage than wild-caught snakes, as they are less likely to carry diseases and parasites. Baby corn snakes are usually between 10 and 12 inches long, and they grow very quickly. They can reach their full size within two years. Corn snakes are typically shy creatures, and they do not like to be handled too much. They should be provided with a hiding place in their enclosure, such as a log or a rock. Baby corn snakes typically eat small insects, such as crickets or mealworms. Depending on their size, they should be fed once or twice a week.
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