Albino Ball Python
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Albino Ball Python

$599.99

This Captive Bred Male Is Approximately 46 Inches In Length And Roughly 1157 Grams.

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WE HAVE ALBINO BALL PYTHON FOR SALE.

HERE ARE SOME HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Python regius
  • Captive Bred
  • Male
  • Approximately 46 Inches In Length 
  • Roughly 1157 Grams And Growing 
  • Feeding On Live Medium Rats Weekly
  • Ball Pythons Are Native To Central And Western Africa And Thrive In These Warm, Tropical Areas
  • With Proper Care And Setup These Snakes Can Live 20 – 25 Years In Captivity
  • Great For A First Time Keeper As Well As An Experienced Breeder

When Hatching Out Of The Egg They Can Be As Small As 10 Inches And Grow To Be 5 Feet

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Albino Ball Python Care

The albino ball python stands out for its unique colour and challenging breeding conditions. Beyond this, though, it is similar to many other snakes and ball pythons.

As an adult, this snake requires at least a 50-gallon cage with a humidity gradient of 45 to 75 percent and a temperature gradient of 75 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit.

Albino ball pythons require daily access to water and a frozen rodent once every seven days or so.

Given that it has a 30-year lifespan and a maximum height of 5 feet, prospective owners should be ready to make a long-term investment.

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Are Albino Pythons Aggressive?

They can be aggressive, especially while being fed, but they are often a peaceful animal (especially in captivity). These pythons are carnivores that eat both mammals and birds for food. Because there are so many rats, mice, and other vermin around, they are frequently found close to human habitat.

Do Albino Pythons Bite?

Although they are generally calm, they might bite you for any number of reasons. Since ball pythons lack fangs and are not poisonous, their bites may not be as painful as those from other snakes. Always exercise caution and seek medical attention if a ball python bites you.

Are Albino Ball Pythons Rare?

Albino Ball Pythons are uncommon in the wild because they have a harder time surviving.

 

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