I am going to assume you are asking how to take care of the baby corn snake.
First find a good enclosed area for your corn snake. It doesn’t need a large environment to grow up healthy.
Second, warm one side of the enclosure to about 85 degrees so that the cold blooded reptile can bask in the warmth from time to time.
Third, make sure to play with it every now and then 😀
Fourth, do not place the corn snake around other pets you may own: dogs, cats, pigs, etc.
Lastly, feed the baby corn snake 1 pinky mouse a week. Make sure to have given it sufficient time to digest, possibly even regurgitate the waste before playing with it. Also, keep clean water near by.
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