Meet Albi, our Albino Honduran Milk Snake.
This milk snake species is found in low to mid-elevation rainforest leaf litter in Honduras, Nicaragua, and portions of northeast Costa Rica. This species is harmless and non-venomous. It leads a solitary life, and is rarely seen in the open during the day. It is often seen crossing roads at night. They are nocturnal (active at night) in summer and diurnal (active in the daytime) in spring and fall.
They are tri-colored with bold rings of white/yellow, black, and red/orange that may or may not extend onto the belly and completely encircle the snake. The thin tail sounds like a rattlesnake when they shake their tail quickly in leaf litter.Share