Salem and Knox
Corn snakes

Pantherophis guttatus

Cornsnakes are a North American species of rat snake that subdues its prey by constriction. They are not venomous and generally harmless to humans.

Salem and Knox are brothers. They hatched in August 2014 and get along well together (other than at mealtime when each gets a little space). Their favorite snacks are mice and they enjoy exploring new smells and burying themselves under the mulch and soil in their house. Both of them are pretty calm and easygoing when it comes to handling—although, since they look alike, we hear they like to trick new keepers by impersonating each other!

Bolivar and Rivera
Red footed tortoise

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Boa constrictor

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