Well, every ball python will be either male or female. But, the only way to tell is to have it sexed by a vet or to get a set of sexing probes (unless you are going to have a pro show you how to use these, never sex your snake yourself, you could injure or kill it.) If you are wondering why your snake won't mate though, there are lots of reasons. Breeding snakes in captivity can be hard. You will need to simulate a winter period and then gradually increase the temp and humidity (for both animals in separate habitats.) Once your fake weather has made it to "mating season" (about 2-3 months including winter period) you can introduce the female into the male's tank. If they hit it off great, it may take a few days. Don't feed them while they are together but be sure they have both eaten prior to mating. If they fight separate them and try again in a few months. A local zoo, vet or herpetologist can help you more. You may be able to get some advice from a local university too.
I think they could have meant in a sexual orientation way.
So in that sense, snakes are not able to be asexual. Animals have no sense of sexuality.
When ball pythons sense they are in danger, they will coil themselves up into a "ball."
No, Ball Pythons cannot eat people. Ball Pythons are too small, therefore, they are a popular choice for a pet snake.
yes ball pythons are very good pets
no,tigers and ball pythons never met before
ball pythons are nocturnal
The ball python is found Africa and is the smallest of all the African pythons.
No - Royal (ball) Pythons are rodent eaters !
Yes they are - they're just a colour variation.
No, pythons lay eggs.
Ball pythons are rated LC (Least Concern) on the IUCN List.
No, they do not. Ball Pythons rely on their constricting ability to kill prey and they roll into a ball, protecting their head, as their defense.
They can like burmese pythons. Some live in deserts like ball pythons. Ball Pythons are very small and tame. They make good perts too.
Young ball pythons will be eaten by many types of birds, wild dogs and hyenas, etc. However adult ball pythons will be eaten by birds as well, and sometimes even lions and leapards. (P.S. ball pythons are native to Africa. They cool down there bodies by going into termite or ant mounds.)
No, not really. Ball pythons are not generally aggressive snakes. There have been many ocassions when I have seen breeders and snake owners place several ball pythons in the same tank.
Yes. Ball pythons are affectionate snakes and they will show it if you keep good care of them.
ball pythons grow to be 6 feet long depending if it has enough room in its cage or not
The Cleveland Reptile Show has blood pythons, such as the ball pythons.
A blood python is a completely different type of snake Ball pythons are easier to take care. Blood pythons are known to be aggressive and you need high humidity for blood pythons, Blood pythons also need a place to soak in there enclosure. Ball pythons are a lot more docile then blood pythons. If your a beginner get a ball python. Blood pythons get to 4-6 foot while ball around get around 4 foot. Hope this helped.
Ball pythons is kept in optimum captive conditions can live to be 20+ years old.
Ball Pythons lay from 3-11 eggs. On average 4-6 eggs.
They don't eat humans. The largest animal most ball pythons eat is a rat.
Eagles wait for the Ball Pythons to stop moving and then swoop in and snatch them up and then eat them.
no ball pythons are not venomous they are harmless and do not bite they don't like being held too much.
They are reptiles and are also known as Royal Pythons.
baby ball pythons eat pinkies/fuzzies/ maybe hoppers, depending on the size of your baby ball python.