How big do california king snakes get?

Answer According to the U.S. Geological Survey, California kingsnakes (Lampropeltis getula californiae) range from 19.7 to 43.8 inches long. They are typically marked with alternating bands or stripes of ... Read More »

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What do California king snakes eat?

According to, the California king snake eats rodents and other small mammals, lizards, snakes, turtle eggs, frogs, salamanders, bird eggs and chicks, and large invertebrates. Th... Read More »

Are California king snakes poisonous?

The California king snake, Lampropeltis getula californiae, is a non-venomous snake. Because it is non-venomous and grows to a length of 4 to 5 feet, the California king snake enjoys popularity amo... Read More »

What do baby king snakes eat?

Baby king snakes should be fed smaller rodents, such as mice that are newborn. They should be fed a newborn mouse about once a week. As the snakes grow older, they will be able to feed on larger ro... Read More »

Mississippi King Snakes?

Snakes make ideal pets for owners who don't want to deal with pet hair. King snakes from the Mississippi region, or the speckled king snake, Lampropeltis getula holbrooki, are also referred as the ... Read More »