A queen bee ball python is a color variation of the ball python. The queen bee is a pale, almost white color with brown markings down its back.
Ball pythons come in over 100 different color variations and patterns called morphs. Breeders of ball pythons actively search for different types of morphs, including cross-breed morphs, to produce unique morphs. Ball pythons are small pythons that grow to be 3 to 5 feet long when mature. They are docile and easy to handle, and they thrive in captivity. They can be kept in a 30-gallon tank. They eat mice or small rats and can live up to 50 years.