Do Ball Pythons Have Fangs?

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According to the Ball Python Cafe, ball pythons have tiny teeth rather than fangs. Ball pythons are not aggressive unless they are not fed or taken care of. However, any animal that has teeth can bite.
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Their teeth are relatively small, only about 1/4" long. They do not have fangs (only venomous snakes have fangs) but they do have two rows of sharp, thin teeth the curve backwards
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The breeding preparation begins in October with lowering the ambient temperature at night. Males and females of the appropriate age and weight are introduced in November and December
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1. Provide ball pythons with an escape-proof enclosure. Ball pythons are small but strong. They require a cage with a latch designed for snakes. 2. Furnish the ball python habitat
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No, they have teeth for holding their prey so they can suffocate them with constriction. General information! Python Scientific classification. Kingdom: Animalia. Phylum: Chordata
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