Ball Python

Scientific name:  Python regius
Class:  Reptiles
Continent:  Africa
Habitat:  Central and Western Africa
Diet:  Carnivore
Size:  4 - 6 Inches

Ball Pythons Are a Small, Docile Snake

Ball pythons are a small, docile snake that spend much of their time curled up in warm crevices. They also curl into a "ball" when stressed or frightended. While they are not poisonous, they do have fangs to grab prey whiech they then use their extremely muscular body to constrict and swallow whole.

Conservation Status
Extinct in the wild
Critically endangered
Near threatened
Least concern
Insufficient data
Not evaluated
Exp act
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