King snakes and black snakes are reptiles belonging to the Colubridae family, and both species are native to North America and can be found throughout the continent. Although the king and black snakes look similar at first glance, there… Continue reading King Snake vs. Black Snake – Spot The Difference
If you’ve owned corn snakes, you’ll know they’re a great snake species. They’re essentially the “starter snake” for those looking to get into the reptile hobby, and they’re also known as one of the most docile species available in… Continue reading Do Corn Snakes Fight Each Other?
Snakes are carnivores, which means that they eat other animals. But what happens when a snake catches its Prey? If it’s a venomous snake, it injects its victim with poison before consuming the animal whole. But if… Continue reading Why do Snakes Kill Prey But Won’t Eat It?
Featured Image. Ball-pythons.net Whether you’re incubating ball python eggs for the first time, or have been doing so for a number of years, it’s important to know and understand what conditions are best during the incubation process. Improper… Continue reading Ball Python Incubation – Temperature And Humidity Guide
Featured Image. Ball-Pythons.net While many people have heard of ball pythons and may even have a vague idea of what they look like, they might not have a full grasp of what it means to keep one as a… Continue reading Acid Ball Python – Everything You Need To Know
Featured Image. Ball-Phytons.net Pearl ball pythons are a small, colorful snake species that grow to only about 3 feet in length. They are relatively easy to care for, but they have some special needs that aren’t always obvious… Continue reading Things To Know About Pearl Ball Pythons