Alright, I'm completely new to this forum type thing and I'm lost and have no where else to go, so I'm praying you guys can help me out here. But first, imma answer these questions since it seems mandatory lol. · How long have you owned the animal? 6 months. · What is the enclosure size? 40 gallon. · What type of substrate are you using (shavings, bark, paper towel, etc.)? Aspen shavings. · What type of lighting are you using and at what distance(s) are they from the animal? (UVB and Basking) None, because it's too hot at the moment for extra heat. · What are the temperatures within the enclosure and how are they being measured? constant 70~73 degrees with a heating mat under the tank. · What is the humidity within the enclosure and how is it being measured? About 10~20%, with a small temperature gauge.. thingy. LOL · What are you feeding (or attempting to feed) the animal? Have been feeding him 1 fuzzy and 1 pinky. · What exactly are you concerned about? (That's all below) I've got a king snake. My issue is not knowing what actual type of King snake I have. I got this little fellow from Petsmart about 6 months ago and was just told he's a King snake. No california king, no banded desert, nothing. Just a king. I tell people I have a king snake and the first thing they ask is "what kind of King is it?" & I have no idea how to answer that question lol. Here's the run down of my snake. I'm assuming it's a male judging by the size of it's tail, so I'll be calling "it" a he. His name is Peekers, solely based on the fact that this little guy loves to peek his head out and say hello. He's roughly 10~11 months old. His color is white and brown, and his belly is the same colors. He has no bands, so he's obviously not a banded king. His pattern is actually quite unique in my opinion. So, what kind of King snake is this little guy? The picture I've attached below is when he was 9 months old, his first attempt at eating a fuzzy. The first picture is when he was 4~5 months old.