Green tree pythons primarily live in New Guinea and Northern Australia. Their preferred habitats include rainforests, bushes, shrubs, and other areas with warm, balmy climates. More »

Burmese pythons do not have fangs, but are constrictors that have large teeth that curve rearward. The curved teeth inside of a Burmese python's mouth are excellent for grabbing prey, such as birds, pigs and other reptil... More »

Ball pythons are not dangerous. They are the smallest snakes in the python genus and the most docile. They are long-lived snakes that need damp and dark areas for hiding spots. More »

Lesser ball pythons are a color variation, or morph, of the ball python, which is a snake that is often kept as a pet. The lesser morph affects the way the pigmentation is displayed on the snake's skin. More » Pets & Animals Reptiles Snakes

According to Vida Preciosa International, ball pythons are fed once a week. A typical meal is one mouse, although large or mature snakes sometimes consume two to three mice or even a small rat. During the winter, it's no... More »

Cinnamon ball pythons are ball pythons that have been selectively bred in captivity to have cinnamon pastel coloration. Ball pythons, which grow to a maximum length of 3 to 5 feet, are very popular as pets. The name come... More » Pets & Animals Reptiles Snakes

Killer bee ball pythons have black stripes on a pale yellowish background. Ball pythons are easy to keep and breed in captivity. Breeders continually produce different colors and patterns of ball pythons called "morphs, ... More » Pets & Animals Reptiles Snakes