Archive for the 'Ball Pythons ' Category

Ball Python Care Sheet

Ball pythons are a small African python species, which grows to 1.2 meters. They require a secure glass aquarium, with a screen top, or a wooden cage with sliding glass doors. The cage should measure 90cm in length and 45cm...

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Ball Python Captive Care Progress

I remember the first Ball Pythons I had ever seen, they were sold at the first snake show held in South Africa. Despite being wild caught they were active and in good health at first glance. They sold like hot...

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Ball Python Morphs

Ball Pythons have been successfully kept in captivity for many years. Captive bred Ball Pythons feed well and have been proven to be suitable for selective breeding and many different colour and pattern morphs have been bred. Ball Python morphs...

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Feeding Ball Pythons

Ball Pythons have become very popular snakes with both casual snake keepers and large scale breeders who make a living producing expensive colour morphs. However Ball Pythons have always been renowned as picky feeders and display unusual feeding behavior. This article discusses how...

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Pet Ball Python Care

Choosing your Pet Ball Python Captive bred juvenile Ball Pythons make the best pets. Avoid ranched or wild caught Ball Pythons as these snakes are often problem feeders. Ball Pythons that are very cheap are often ranched or wild caught....

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Pet Ball Python FAQ

Do Ball Pythons Make Good Pets? Healthy captive bred Ball Pythons that are eating frozen/thawed rodents make excellent pets. Ball Pythons stay small with adults averaging 1.2-1.4 m long. Ball Pythons are fairly bulky which makes them appear more impressive...

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