As the remaining 2018 baby ball pythons for sale continue to fly out the door, it is comforting to know that the 2019 babies are already beginning to hatch. Both baby ball pythons that are captive born in the US and farm raised babies from Africa are starting to trickle in as we speak. This is great news for the hundreds of new customers who are eagerly awaiting the arrival of their new pet snakes.
Finding Baby Ball Pythons For Sale
Looking for and finding baby ball pythons for sale are as easy as searching online for your favorite clothes or accessories. With hundreds of ball python morphs in existence and dozens of sources to buy baby snakes online, it has never been easier to find your favorite ball python morph. Some of the customer favorites have included blue eye lucys and bumblebee balls and some of our favorites are champagne balls and ultramel ball pythons.
Baby Ball Pythons As Pets
Baby ball pythons as pets are some of the most popular reptile pets around. Due to their docile nature, colorful patterns and their relatively small size as adults, ball pythons have found their way in to hearts and homes across America and the world. A baby ball python can be safely kept in a ten gallon terrarium while an adult can be kept in a forty to fifty gallon terrarium. Some keepers even choose a multi unit rack system as their preferred method of husbandry.
What Should I Feed My Baby Ball Python
A common misconception amongst reptile keepers is that a baby ball python needs to have a pinky mouse as its first meal. This is not true since ball pythons are born large enough to eat a hopper or medium mouse, and after a couple of meals they can be moved up to an adult mouse as their weekly food offering. Since every baby snake sold at xyzReptiles has already had a few meals before being offered for sale, it is safe to start your baby ball python on medium to large frozen thawed or pre killed mice on a weekly basis.