No, corn snakes (Pantherophis guttatus) are not venomous. They are non-venomous constrictor snakes commonly kept as pets. Corn snakes are members of the Colubridae family, which includes a wide variety of harmless snakes found throughout the world. While they may bite if provoked or threatened, their bite is not venomous and poses no significant danger to humans. However, it’s always important to handle any snake, including corn snakes, with care and respect to avoid potential bites or injuries.
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