No - it retains too much moisture, and will rot.
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.
Yes, ball pythons require a moist and humid enclosure. Pine absorbs the moisture and this can increase the chances of your ball python getting a respiratory infection and having a retained shed. Retained shed is where the snake does not shed all of their skin. This can lead to moth rot, tip of the tail falling off, eye caps and much much more. Cyprus Mulch, cellsorb and newspaper are the best beddings for a ball python.
82 to 90 Fahrenheit
what atracts a ball python
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.
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".