Every spider ball python for sale is a unique animal that looks beautiful. These spiderlings are great for breeding projects in the future, and they also make great pets. Our black and gold baby spider ball pythons for sale are very pretty. With the spider gene, you can make a lot of ball morphs, like the very popular calider ball python. So, if you want a cool pet or want to make the next spider morph, these little ones are great.
Like most other ball pythons, spider morphs are pretty calm and easy to handle. When they are socialized well, they are easy to handle and become less shy as they age.
Spider ball pythons are most active in the early morning, late afternoon, and at night. Even so, these snakes are not very active.
They don’t act defensively or aggressively unless they are upset.
When your python is upset, it will curl up into a tight ball and tuck its head. This is a clear sign of trouble.
Spider ball pythons can live up to 30 years on average. When you give your python the right housing, care, and food, it will be healthier and live longer.
But wobble will also affect how long your snake lives, and it’s hard to predict. Snakes with mild symptoms may have more serious problems in the future.
Spider ball pythons can be kept in rack systems, terrariums, or tanks. If you choose one of the last two options, you’ll need at least a 30-gallon enclosure.
At least three inches of a soft, non-abrasive material, like cypress mulch, should cover the bottom of the cage. Sand shouldn’t be used because it could cause blockages, but you could use it if you made a separate feeding area with a different substrate.
Temperature & Lighting
Whether you’re using a rack system or another type of enclosure, you’ll need to set up a heat gradient so that your python can keep their temperature stable.
Daylight heating bulbs can keep the temperature difference and give off light at the same time.
You can add a special basking bulb to your regular daylight bulbs if you’re worried that the basking spot isn’t warm enough.
At night, you can turn these lights off and use ceramic heat emitters instead. These don’t give off any light but keep the temperature gradient, making a good copy of the spider ball python’s natural environment.
Rodents, like mice and rats, are what spider ball pythons should eat.
Hatchlings and young birds should be fed every seven days, or once a week. Adult birds can be fed every seven to ten days, or every other week.
There are both live and frozen (already dead) options. Even though some people don’t like frozen food, it’s safer for your snake because the food can’t fight back or spread diseases.
Since wobble affects spider ball pythons, it’s even more important that they only eat pre-killed and thawed prey.
Sexing Your Spider Ball Pythons
You can ask for a male or female snake (or any combination of the two) when you order, but we can’t promise which one you’ll get. But we can promise that someone with a lot of experience with reptiles will try to pick out the snake(s) you want.
Shipping Your Spider Ball Pythons
When you buy a Spider Ball Python from us, we promise that it will arrive alive, no matter what. Before you order, please read the details of our guarantee.
Because we sell reptiles, amphibians, tarantulas, and scorpions online in a responsible way, we reserve the right to delay your order if the weather is too bad. This happens very rarely. This is only done to keep the animal(s) safe, and if it does happen, you will be notified by email.