Discussion in 'Pythons' started by Buggy0123, Nov 30, 2015.
Is a 36'x18''x12'' appropriate for a ball pythons entire life?
Bigger is always better, but I think that should be fine.
Agreed with Kristof. I've kept plenty of ball pythons in that size. But as for the "bigger is better" thing, if you go bigger for a baby, make sure you provide plenty of hides. Alot of open space can stress them out.
That size if just fine, it just a tax more than my adult breeding females get. And if your sticking a baby in there, several hides, fake plants, even crumpled newspapers can be used to clutter up the space, they want to be able to move around as much unseen as possible.
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