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Setting Up a Ball Python Cage
This is a quick start reference to give you an idea of an Ball Python's cage requirements. Please use this in addition to other research.
A cage or aquarium that can retain humidity should be used, as Ball Pythons require high humidity environments. You can use an aquarium and use saran wrap over the screen on top (only part way so you don't overheat the cage) to retain humidity. Make sure the saran wrap doesn't get too close to the heat lamp as to cause a fire.
They need to have a hidebox to retreat to when they need privacy.Astroturf, newspaper, or hard plastic are all good substrates as they don't have a tendency to cause accidental ingestion. A few rocks in the cage will help them when it comes time to shed. They can use the rock to rub on to pull of their shed.
A basking temperature of 80-90 degrees using a basking lamp on one side of the cage over a rock is ideal. Temperatures can drop down into the 70s-80s at night.
Ball Pythons require high levels of humidity to shed properly. You can mist the cage several times a day with a water sprayer, or purchase a mister to do it for you. A water bowl positioned in a warm area of the cage can also help raise the humidity.
A small water bowl for soaking and drinking is required and also helps with raising the humidity. A water bowl should be available at all times.
You will need to feed your Ball Python several times a week. They usually eat rodents in captivity, therefore, you might want to consider setting up an aquarium to breed mice so you can always have food on hand.
Make sure you check all your temperatures and humidity levels to make sure they are correct before putting your Ball Python in it's new home.
I want to add a note here about heat rocks. Please do not use heat rocks in any of your reptiles cages. Heat rocks have been known to seriously burn reptiles and kill them. They get hot spots in them and can cause some serious damage. You can use a real rock positioned under a heat lamp if you would like to provide any of your reptiles with belly heat. Obviously you will want to check the temperature of the rock when setting up to make sure the rock isn't too hot for your reptile to lay on.