Meet the stylish red albino hognose snake. Red albino hognose snakes get their names from their modified rostral (nose) scale that looks like a horn. Although they look pretty intimidating, these snakes are not dangerous to people and usually resort to playing dead.
In the wild, they eat amphibians, such as small lizards, tree frogs, and toads. These snakes can go up to three and a half months without eating. When they lay their eggs, they usually hatch in 60 days.