If your snake has just eaten, what's the lowest you should allow the temp to drop at night? For several days after feeding I've been keeping night temps the same as the day temps out of fear of their digestion being hampered by a drop at night. For the corns after they've eaten, the hot side stays between 80 - 85, and for the Children's python it remains between 90 - 95. In the wild though, temps drop at night without regard to the digestion of snakes, so I was wondering if maybe I should drop them some to mimic the natural environment even though they've eaten. Any advice?