I know technically corn snakes are rat snakes but today I got my first offical "True" ratsnake! Today I was at a very small expo at a wild life center and I was only planning on grabbing some supplies but I ended up getting drawn to these little rat snakes a vendor was selling. He had all 2008's and one of their parents (to show how some will look). They were American rat snake intergrades(Black X Yellow X Grey), and were 5th generation from a certain locale. The adult was very mellow! More laid back then most corns I've held and was pretty big too, in the 6ft range. Even the 08's for sale were pretty mellow compared to young corns. I ended up getting this little male who I think has a greenish rat snake look to him. He's 34grams and 18.5" long. he is also het. black rat albino and the vendor showed me one of his albino siblings that he was actually holding back. Although because it has albino genetics in it I'm guessing he bred an albino black rat into the line some where down the line. Would this make it not a true intergrade now or is it still an intergrade and can be labled as so? Thanks for the help. Enjoy!