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5 tips you should use to handle ball pythons properly

Ball pythons are generally very docile, but they can still bite. Most of the time, it is because you failed to judge the situation right. Don’t worry, we’ve been bit several times in the 10 years or so of keeping ball pythons and they always seem to know that they too made a mistake. Therefore, wounds are always superficial and after a day or two you won’t even notice to have ever been bit. Getting bit by a ball python also doesn’t hurt. Here are a few tips to reduce your chances of getting bit and to properly handle your ball python
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Things you need to know about Red Stripe Ball Pythons

Red stripe ball pythons. What a wonderful gene. This was one of the most underrated genes until something mysterious happened.
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5 Ball python substrate options you should consider

Whether you’re keeping your ball python in a tank or in a rack, there are several options you can use as a substrate for your ball python. Although ball pythons are not very demanding when it comes to their substrate, several boxes need to be checked when it comes to their substrate. The ideal substrate should not contain any dust because it can get in the heat pits of your ball python. A great substrate should also absorb well and should help in regulating humidity levels.
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