A ball python is a small to medium-sized snake that reaches 3 to 5 feet in length at maturity. The female of the species is typically longer and heavier than the male. This python gets its name because it curls up into a... More »

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Facts about royal pythons are that they are very docile and safe to handle, require infrequent feedings and mostly eat a diet of rodents. Other facts include that they can live between 20 to 30 years in captivity and can... More »

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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 »

Ball pythons of the species Python regius typically reach 2 to 3 feet in length if male or 4 to 5 feet in length if female. They are the smallest of all African python species and rarely grow larger than 6 feet. More »

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Ball pythons have a maximum length of 6 feet. Females tend to be larger than males. These small pythons have gentle dispositions and are popular as pets. More »

The northern ringneck snake is a bluish-black snake that grows to approximately 2 feet in length and lives throughout a sizable portion of North America. The morphology of the ringneck snake varies slightly in terms of c... More »

The Brooks king snake grows to an average length of 4 to 6 feet. The males are typically larger than the females. While the species is non-venomous, its bite is significant medically. More »

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