Month: January 2016

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Along Came a Spider

When I first jumped back into the ball python world, I was afraid of Spiders. Not the eight legged creepy crawly ones, but the super sweet, reduced pattern ball python morph. As I was sitting there with my one female Albino and looking for more balls to add to my collection, I read horror story …

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About Us

Who better to get information regarding ball python care than someone that has kept and bred a large collection of ball pythons for several yeas now. There’s tons of misinformation on the web regarding proper care from people who haven’t got a clue. I’ve lived and breathed ball pythons for past several years. In that …

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Follicular Development

For this addition to ball python breeding section, I’d to talk about follicular development and how I cycle my animals to prepare them for the breeding season. Now when I say “cycle” I’m referring to how I manipulate the temperatures to simulate the changes of the seasons which signal the animals that it’s time for …

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Piebald Ball Python

The piebald ball python is one of very few color and pattern mutation. It’s a simple recessive mutation which means both parents of the visual offspring must have at least one copy of the gene. As far as visually appealing goes just about nothing beats a pied, they such a dramatic animal that even non …

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