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Do Ball Python Bites Hurt? A baby ball pythons bite will not hurt much. Sometimes, you will barely even feel it. An adult ball python bite will hurt a little more, nothing worse than a dog or cat bite. The bites are nothing that will need emergency attention. Reasons for Ball Python Bites. The best way to avoid bites, is to avoid giving your ...

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There are three overarching reasons for a ball python biting or attempting to bite a human: temperament, stress, and mistaking a hand for food. Although overall, ball pythons are extremely docile creatures that are rarely ever aggressive, there are a few here and there that have particularly bad temperaments. Just like every once in a […]

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My female spinner ball python decided it was hungry and rather then waiting for feeding day tomorrow it just decided it would eat my finger instead ... Ball Python Bite!!! ... Aggressive baby ball ...

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The ball python bite is quick and they puncture the skin easily because of their sharp teeth, so it leaves just a little blood and feels like a pin prick. Now if the ball python is in eating mode ...

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I was just curious as to what ball python bites are like? What they feel like? How bad does it hurt? Do they stirke and release or strike and hold? Will the bite bruise or swell? Stuff like that.

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Blood python-- These snakes are not for beginners, but they are generally safe to keep as pets. They can deliver a nasty bite, like any other python, but they do not grow large enough to be dangerous to humans. They grow slightly larger than ball pythons and are thick, heavily built snakes. But they are not large enough to constrict an adult human.

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A ball python’s bite carries very little danger. Pythons do not have much bite power. Some have larger teeth than others, but their mouths are not made for tearing flesh and breaking bones. Ball pythons are at the low end of both bite strength and teeth durability. They are unlikely to do much harm.

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A bite from an adult ball python will break the skin sometimes to where you will get tiny needle like impressions in a "U" shape on the bite area. Depending on where you have been bitten, will determine how much you will bleed. Do not worry, you will certainly not bleed to death and the bite from an adult ball python is sudden and does not ...

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Balls rarely bite in self-defence, they prefer to curl into a ball and hide their head in the middle. The reason a ball may be reluctant to let go when it does bite is because most ball bites are due to a hungry ball mistaking your hand for food or missing their dinner and getting you instead.