It’s perfectly normal to ask yourself: Can Ball Pythons live together? Unfortunately, it’s not healthy or practical. Keep reading to find out why…
Do Ball Pythons like to be held? Well, some do, some don’t, and some really don’t care. To understand which group your pet belongs to, let’s look at some of their most common personality types.
Recently I made a DIY Ball Python incubator that maintained more stable temperatures than most professional models, but at half the price. If you want to build your own, then this step-by-step guide is worth a look…
Ball Pythons show high genetic variability, leading to many colour variations known as morphs. Of these, some of the most sought after are the recessive Ball Python morphs. Let’s look at those I consider to be the top 5.
Do Ball Pythons need vitamin supplements is a common question these days. Mainly because we are told that they do by some of the more entrepreneurial resources out there. The truth, however, is that supplements are unnecessary for this species.
Ball Python shedding, health and humidiity are linked, and it’s important to keep humidity at 55-65%, except during a shed when it can be raised to 80%+. Keep reading to find out why.
New keepers often ask: Do Ball Pythons bite? Once past a few months in age, 99% of Ball Pythons become incredibly tame. But if you keep snakes there’s always the possibility of being bitten. Let’s find out how bad a Ball Python bite is and how to avoid it.
People often ask me how big do Ball Pythons get. The average is between 3 and 4.5ft (90 and 137cm) long. Let’s take a look at what determines this size and what influences their growth. We’ll also discuss a larger than average Ball Python: the Volta.
How many eggs do Ball Pythons lay? This might sound like a simple question – and it is. Why they lay this many and whether they all hatch, on the other hand, is a little more complicated!