Albino Milk snakes are nonvenomous snakes. They have not black in color. They are becoming very popular among reptile lovers. There are hundreds of Albino snakes but the most common one for keeping as a pet is the Albino Nelson’s snake.

The scientific name for the Albino milk snake is Lampropeltis triangulum nelsoni. Albino Milk snakes are nonvenomous snakes mostly found in North or South America.

Albino Milk snake appearance varies from species to species. Some grow about 2 feet when fully grown. Other species can grow up to 4 to 6 feet when fully grown.

The average lifespan of milk snakes is between 12 to 15 years, but some milk snakes can live up to 18 to 20 years depending on their diets and the environment they lived in.

Albino milk snakes start mating in the early days of May and till June. Milk snakes are considered oviparous. They lay an average of 10 eggs per clutch.

Albino milk snakes are considered good pets, as they don’t have any specific needs like the other big species, so milk snakes are good as starter pets. 

Albino milk snakes may not be friendly in the start. They might attack you in the start, but this does not mean that they will attack you like this more often.

Albino milk snake prices vary in species, color, and pattern. Not all Albino snakes have the same price, but the average price of a milk snake can vary somewhere between $250 to $300.