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Gopher snakes are very common and although most of us can probably find them in our own backyard, prioritizing reptile health & wellness by purchasing a captive bred animal who's already known to be healthy and feeding is better for all parties involved. They're easy to find in reptile classifieds and prices for gopher snakes, even those of various color and pattern variations, stay relatively low.Gopher snakes are abundant in the wild particularly in dry areas of North America. In fact, these snakes are almost always mistaken for a rattlesnake because of many similar body features the main difference between them is that Gopher snakes are much more docile compared to rattlesnakes, which makes them quite ideal as pets. When it comes to behavior, these snakes are mostly docile. Some Gopher snakes even lie motionless and are also passive as long as it is handled properly.Gopher snakes appear scary and wild - looking at first but as you get to learn more about it, you'll realize that they can be ideal as pets. Find out why this snake species is ideal for first time keepers and fun to take care of especially for expert owners as you learn many things about them including their physical characteristics, temperament, feeding and breeding process as well as its common health problems.