These little ones were hatched June 16. They are eating well, they feed once a week on frozen/thawed pinky mice.
They will hopefully have the same disposition as their parents, whom are both docile, curious, and friendly (their mother LOVES people). Their parents are also good, consistent eaters, so there is little chance of problems feeding.
"Blood red" (sometimes called "diffused red") corn snakes are born "normal" patterned but for their pure white bellies. As they mature, their pattern fades to a bright, solid red.
I CAN check them for gender, if you are partial to knowing.