By adulthood, Chihuahua Kingsnakes usually reach lengths between 32 and 48
The bodies of Chihuahua Kingsnakes are usually creamy white with between 55
and 95 triads of red. A white stripe runs longitudinally down the belly, and the
sides of these snakes may have intensive or complicated patterning. Some of these
snakes may even have black markings, while others may have red caps on their
Chihuahua Kingsnakes usually eat lizards, mice, and
Kingsnakes are also known as Tarahumara Kingsnakes.
Because of their brilliant and cleanly defined coloring,
they make lovely captives. These snakes originated from
only one small area of the world, the Tarahumara Mountains.
The Chihuahua Kingsnake is usually quickly tamed in
captivity with regular handling and will often cling
to their handlers, probably imitating the rock climbing
actions it would in the wild. The Chihuahua Kingsnakes
come from mountainous regions where warm seasons may
be relatively short, and many stop eating before the
summer is over. The Chihuahua Kingsnake has a broad
head with a well-defined neck and slender bodies.