Hello!! I just got my ball python yesterday, I love him a lot <33 however I'm having trouble identifying his morph, a lot of the differences are pretty subtle lol. I think he's either normal or cinnamon but I can't tell. So for my next question, I understand that breeding ball pythons is a big hobby that quite a few people do, but once you've bred them what do you do with them? Just sell them as pets or to other breeders? My concern is that they're so long-lived, it seems rather irresponsible to just be breeding so many. I mean, I could be wrong, it could be that there's a real demand for so many snakes. But even so, relatively few people own snakes (compared to other types of pets), and most casual pet owners will only own 1 or 2, and if they're living up to 30 years, are there really enough homes for them? For example, I got my snake from a kid who'd got him as a hatchling and had him for nearly a decade before he literally just got tired and didn't want him anymore. Really sad : ( Also, those plastic tubs that breeders keep the snakes in seem inhumane. do they have hides in there and things to climb on? Temperature gradient? It also would be a lot harder to keep an eye on them all, in case one of them started to look sick or its box had inadequate humidity or something. anyway sorry for all the noob questions, thanks for reading!!