Yes, of course. All snakes are hibernators. If your getting some good zzzzz's, do you like the lights on? Think NOT.
This question is vague--ball pythons should have 12 hours of light, and 12 hours of dark each day. They are nocturnal, so they sleep when the lights are ON. If the lights are off all the time, their rest will be disturbed. Ball pythons do not hibernate. Yes! Snakes hibernate even captive bred or kept snakes. Usually aroud nov 1- feb 1 will be their time, to slow down or hibernate. At that time they should be on a 10 hour light cycle. The most light time a snake should be getting is 14 hours, usually during the months of may 1-august 1 which is mid summer time. I have found that people vary their snakes cycles based on what they do with their snakes. I have 44 years of experience and the drive that all animals wether captive bred or wild caught should be kept on as natural a schedule as possible for their health and survival. I have found that it does not matter wether the lights are on or off the snakes will move or sleep when they choose to, eat when they want to, enjoy a good basking in the natural sunlight ( as long as your neighbors don't know). Usually a 75 watt basking bulb will give the heat they require if you don't take them out of their cage (heat only one side of the tank).
because they just do
A white ball python could be any of the white pythons. Those are the Blue-Eyed Leucistic Ball Python, Ivory Ball Python, Hypo Ivory Ball Python and the Piebald Ball Python.
what atracts a ball python
buy one, got a prime example at the ny reptile show
None. Ball python is the species. There are currently no recognized subspecies of ball python, either.
The ball python is only one type of Python. As I don't know which other type of python you're asking me to compare the ball python with I can't really answer your question...
You shouldn't bathe your ball python, so no.
NO! Your Ball python will eat your leopard gecko!
You may be refering to the term "Ball Snake" which is a popular term for a Python Regius (Royal Python) also known as a "Ball Python".
A pied bald python is a morph pattern found in Ball python that is being breed in captivety.
Same as any other ball python, mice.
Probably a ball python, because they are constrictors and a viper is not.
Ball pyhton means royal python. It has got his name by curling into a ball when they are stressed.
Usually when a ball python is hungry it will be actively moving around
it takes about 2 months for a ball python to shed .
You should feed your baby ball python frozen pinkies, your middle-aged python frozen mice, your aged python, live mice!
Python Regius, which translates to "Royal Python," its original name.
This is very common for a Ball python. Here is a web link that will help you understand what your Ball Python needs: http://www.reptilia.org/care_sheets/snakes/csheets_snk_tips.htm
yes,a baby ball python can eat to much.
A ball python can grow up to 30ft and weigh up to 230kg