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Re: BIG?!


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Posted by chrish on April 11, 2003 at 12:58:27:

In Reply to: BIG?! posted by KevinW on April 11, 2003 at 01:20:41:

The longest cornsnakes recorded reach almost 6 feet (although this is rare).

The longest milksnakes are the Andean, Ecuadorean and Black Milks which all reach 6-7 feet regularly.

The longest kingsnakes are Eastern and Florida Kings which regularly get up to 6 feet with a few records beyond 7 feet.

As for other large colubrids, this discussion came up on the kingsnake forum last month (in another context), but in the answers were several lists of large colubrids like the one I linked to below.



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