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How Long Do Snakes Live for?

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Snakes generally live between 10 to 25 years, depending on the species. Large snakes typically live longer than small snakes and some species of small snakes live for 3 or 4 years only, whereas larger snakes such as pythons can live up to 35 or 40 years. Snakes usually survive longer in the wild than in captivity.
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A small corn snake with an average length of 36 inches might live up to 15 years while a large python with a length of 25 foot could easily live for 25 years and possibly as long as 40 years. Hence, the average life span varies from species to species.
Snakes can live for 10 -25 years on average. The average life span varies from species to species.
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