- The scientific name of the Pueblan Milk Snake is Lampropeltis triangulum campbelli.
- This snake is also known as Campbell’s Milk Snake.
- It is banded with bright colors in black, red, and yellowish or creamy bands, making it one of the most beautiful animals.
- Suitable for beginner snake enthusiasts.
- This is a nocturnal animal.
- They live in Central Mexico.
- They are found from Southern Puebla to eastern Morelos, Mexico.
- Northern Oaxaca of Mexico.
- Appropriate breeding age at 2.
- 3 clutches per season.
- 5 to 15 per clutch.
- The incubation period is about 2 months.
- The snakes can grow up to 3 feet in length.
- 15 to 20 years.
Pueblan Milk Snake Food and Feeding
- A tiny pinky for hatchling in the frequency of 5 to 7 days.
- 2 pinkies for an adult snake.
- Be aware of the food size; it cannot be and half-width size of the snake body.
- A large bowl of water is required for soaking and drinking.
- The snake lives in dry and arid high deserts area.
- It requires a small tank or vivarium, which is approximately 20 gallons, as it is quite timid, shy, and curls up most of the time.
- 2 to 3 hiding places is a must.
- Keep the tank dry and warm most of the time.
- Climbing accessories are recommended. They like to climb in nature.
- They are great climbers. Hence escape-proof screen lid is needed.
- Newspapers and towels can be used as substrate.
- The temperature gradient needs to be set from 78°F to 84°F.
- 50% humidity is required.