Interested in Adopting a Snake, Princeton Residents?

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The Princeton Animal Control Officer recently found a young adult Kingsnake. The snake is available for adoption to someone with experience owning a snake, or a beginner who has a large enough terrarium. “The snake appears to be very gentle and docile,” the animal control officer said.

Kingsnakes are medium-size nonvenomous snakes that kill by constriction. They are one of the most common snakes in North America. They are called kingsnakes because they sometimes eat other snakes. Kingsnakes are popular among pet owners.

If you are interested in adopting the snake, call (609) 924-2728 or email nbarson@princetonnj.gov.

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