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Ball Pythons - Blue Eyed Leucistic
Common Name: Ball Python
Genetics: Lesser (Co-dominant) x Lesser (Co-dominant)
Food: It might take your new ball python a little bit of time to adjust to its new surroundings. Avoid handing your Ball Python until it has eaten on its own. In the beginning it might be a stubborn eater. It is best if you feed your Ball Python at night. Baby ball pythons eat fuzzy mice once a week. You can increase the size of the food as the snake grows. Adult snakes should be fed every two weeks. Frozen/thawed foods are the best to feed your python. If you do feed it live food be careful as live food might be able to fight back and hurt your python. Provide a bowl of chlorine-free water large enough for the python to soak in.
Native to: West Africa
Maximum Length: 3-5 feet
Life Span: 15-20 years
Please Note: The weights and lengths of our animals may vary slightly
Our Blue Eyed Leucistic (aka Super Leucistic) is a cross of a lesser x lesser morph which produces this striking Ball Python.
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A bit thin, but otherwise a fantastic snake.
(San Angelo, TX)
1/23/2017 9:22 PM
I ordered a male BEL and when he came in, he was a little on the thin side. But he eats well and is warming up to me quickly, not to mention he's absolutely gorgeous! He's also otherwise very healthy and I'll have him fattened up in no time.