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Hybrid king snake ID?

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Posted by: Solk95 at Tue Aug 14 11:40:08 2018  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Solk95 ]  
   

I've had this guy for almost a year now and I'm still not 100% on what he is. It's mostly my own curiosity. He was given to the petstore as a "Jurassic king snake" which they figured was a king snake morph. I know they got him from a local breeder but they haven't been able to put me in contact with them. FB groups are thinking Jungle Corn which is what I've been going with for now but I can't find any local snake breeders in the state (Florida) that are selling a hybrid that looks like him. He was given to me by the store for $40 with full setup because he'd been there for a year already. He's got a really [bleep] personality and will garunteed bite you when handled. The etching on his scales sort of reminds me of a Gopher or Bull snake. He's definitely a king mix. I know a Jurassic Milk is a kingXmilk but he doesn't look like the ones I'm seeing. Any help?
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