Species: Corn Snake
About: Cob is Autrey Mill’s youngest snake animal ambassador at just 5 years old and her upstairs bunkmate, even though both Pop and Cob are Corn Snakes, they could not be more different than one another! You see, Pop is the longest snake at Autrey Mill at five feet, 4 inches, while Cob is the smallest at three feet. Not only are they opposite in age and size, but in personality too! Cob is Amelanistic – which means she has no black pigment! She has a much softer color palette than Pop. Just like her color, Cob has a softness to her and an innocence. She is very calm and likes to curl up on the wrist of her handler. While Cob and Pop are quite different in many ways, though they are the same species, their differences are a great way to show the diversity in snakes.