Ball pythons are generally a bit shy, but they make for ideal captives, because
they are of a small size, are generally friendly, are easy to care for, and come in a
Note: The information on this Care Sheet is not a substitute for veterinary care. If
you need additional information, please refer to the sources on the following.
Ball Pythons: Selection, Care, and Breeding. Ball Pythons are one of the most
popular snakes being kept and bred in captivity. There are many reasons for their
Care Sheet for Ball Python - Python Regius. Care Sheet written by: Joel Bortz.
Ball pythons are one of the most popular snakes kept in captivity worldwide.
Temperature: 80 - 85 F (27 - 29 C) during the day, with a basking spot of around 90 F (32 C). Night time temperatures can fall to around 75 F (23 -24 C) as long as an area of 80 F is maintained. However, they are nocturnal, so incandescent bulbs should not be used at n... More »
Like most pythons, ball pythons are curious and gentle snakes. .... tricks to
enticing reluctant ball pythons to feed is The Care and Maintenance of Ball
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Also known as Royal or Regal Python, the Ball Python is a well-tempered ...
regius) Basic Husbandry and Feeding: Housing, Diet, Handling, and Care ....
Allen S. Royal Python (Ball Python): A Colorado Herpetological Society Care
Ball pythons, or royal pythons as they are sometimes referred, are endemic to
tropical western Africa, with the majority originating in the countries of Ghana and
Dec 1, 2006 ... Standard common name: Ball PythonScientific name: Python regiusSubspecies:
noneOther common names: In Europe and Africa this species ...