Juvenile Fiction

The Mystery of the Ball Python

The Mystery of the Ball Python

Author: Jessica Lee Anderson

Publisher: Capstone

ISBN: 9781666349450

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 113

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Naomi and her snake-saving club rescue a ball python, not a species native to Austin, Texas, so they need to investigate whether this pet is an escapee, or simply dumped when the owner got tired of it. Includes discussion questions, writing prompts, and web resources.
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The Ball Python Manual

The Ball Python Manual

Author: Philippe De Vosjoli

Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924073120564

Category: Pets

Page: 88

View: 975

The ball python is one of the most beautiful, friendly and widely sold snakes in the pet trade. Learn the most accurate and up-to date information on the husbandry and propagation of this misunderstood species, including tips on how to overcome problems related to feeding. Youll find variation, acclimation, housing, handling, diseases, disorders, treatments and much more in detail. Read this; know all. 78p. color.
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The Ball Python

The Ball Python

Author: Philippe De Vosjoli

Publisher: CompanionHouse Books

ISBN: 1882770722

Category: Pets

Page: 72

View: 962

Presents a guide to the care of ball pythons, discussing selecting and purchasing, housing, feeding, proper handling, and veterinary care.
Juvenile Nonfiction

Ball Pythons

Ball Pythons

Author: Davy Sweazey

Publisher: Bellwether Media

ISBN: 9781612118840

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 24

View: 155

People are often afraid of snakes, but these pythons are actually known for their fearfulness. Ball pythons curl up when threatened, coiling so tightly that they can actually be rolled around on the ground! Learn how these snakes spend the rest of their time in this fearless title.
Juvenile Nonfiction

Bashful Ball Pythons

Bashful Ball Pythons

Author: Kelly Doudna

Publisher: ABDO Publishing Company

ISBN: 9781614809616

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 26

View: 100

This charming book introduces young readers to something out of the ordinary, unusual pets. The first part of this book uses photographs and text to describe the care ball pythons need. The second part is a rhyming story with custom illustrations that depicts a young girl who takes care of her ball python. Interesting animal facts and a quick quiz provide additional reading and learning fun! Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Sandcastle is an imprint of Abdo Publishing, a division of ABDO.

Ball Pythons As Pets ( Owners Care Guide For Beginners)

Ball Pythons As Pets ( Owners Care Guide For Beginners)

Author: Leanne Hazel

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9798680686065

Category:

Page: 52

View: 419

HOW TO COMPLETELY CARE FOR BALL PYTHON AS A PET(ITS HOUSING, BEHAVIOUR AND FACTS )One of the most commonly kept snakes is the ball python (Python regius), otherwise known as the royal python. The size, demeanor, and cost of ball pythons make them very popular pets.The ball python is a good snake for a beginning snake owner. They typically grow between 2 to 5 feet (though some can grow to 6 feet), ball pythons are not as large as many of the other constricting snakes that are kept as pets, are quite docile, and are easy to handle.In this Guide, you'll be learning everything that you need to know about Ball python in order to care for one as a pet.GRAB YOURS NOW by clicking BUY NOW

Python Passion's Ball Python Encyclopedia

Python Passion's Ball Python Encyclopedia

Author: Pamela Trentham

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1508708797

Category:

Page: 70

View: 405

Just bought your first ball python? Is this your first time breeding ball pythons, and you have no idea what to expect next? Don't panic! Don't put your animals in jeopardy by not knowing what steps to take to keep them healthy and producing strong, dynamic offspring! This book includes husbandry, anatomy, common problems arising when keeping ball pythons, artificial and maternal incubation, sexing ball pythons, and hatchling care. Great for novices looking to learn more about the ball python, with lots of supplementary material that even the experienced ball python keeper or breeder will appreciate! This is an awesome book to keep in your reptile room as a quick-reference guide, even if you are already experienced.
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Ball Python Care: The Complete Guide to Caring for and Keeping Ball Pythons as Pets

Ball Python Care: The Complete Guide to Caring for and Keeping Ball Pythons as Pets

Author: Tabitha Jones

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 1798939657

Category: Pets

Page: 32

View: 245

The Ball Python (scientifically named Python Regius) is a species that originates from sub-Saharan Africa. The name is based upon the fact that the animal has a tendency to curl itself into a ball when under attack, stressed or frightened. The species is also commonly known as the Royal Python. The name Royal Python anecdotally comes from the fact that African royalty would wear Ball Pythons around their necks as a form of living jewelry. Like other pythons, the Ball Python is a non-venomous constrictor. Ball Pythons are common house hold pets due to their relatively small size, docile temperament and the fact that they are non-venomous. Ball Pythons are large bodied snakes. They come in a wide variety of colours and morphs (genetic mutations). However, the snakes colorings tend to be more earthy: browns, beiges, or black with gold and white markings. The snakes bellies are usually white or cream and may contain black markings. The snakes body is normally stocky with the head being relatively small in comparison. The scales of the Ball Python are smooth. This book was previously published under the same name by 'Pet Care Professionals.'
Ball pythons as pets

Ball Pythons

Ball Pythons

Author: Jon Coote

Publisher:

ISBN: 1897965087

Category: Ball pythons as pets

Page: 56

View: 672

Ball Python

Ball Python

Author: Kelly Dwayne

Publisher:

ISBN: 9798681076650

Category:

Page: 30

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The ball python, otherwise called the illustrious python, is a python species found in sub-Saharan Africa. Like every single other python, it is a nonvenomous constrictor. This is the littlest of the African pythons and is famous in the pet exchange, to a great extent because of its little size and ordinarily quiet personality.The color markings of adult ball pythons range from medium to dark chocolate brown, and juveniles range from yellow or yellow-brown to chocolate brown. The most commonly observed ball python pattern shows 15 to 25 large, pale, rounded blotches along each side of the neck and body. Dark interspaces separate the blotches and connect to the darker dorsal area. The posterior body and tail are the darker color, with a pale vertebral stripe that halts just short of the tip. The ventral surface is off-white or pale grey with some grey flecks. The pattern is disruptive in that the observable profile of the snake is interrupted by the contrasting pattern arrangement, and considerable variation exists between individuals.The eyes appear completely black until closer inspection reveals the dark iris and pupil. The neck is slender, giving the snake a diminutive appearance. Selective breeding has produced some spectacular specimens that only resemble the wild or common ball python in body shape.This beginners guide provides vital information on the behavior of ball python, how to house, feed, teaching them how to feed, knowing their common health condition and taking proper care of them.

Ball Python as Pet

Ball Python as Pet

Author: Axel Cassidy

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9798423449001

Category:

Page: 40

View: 958

A ball python makes a great snake for beginners. They can grow up to 5 feet in length, but they aren't as big as some constricting snakes. They are also quite easy to handle and are docile. BALL PYTHON OWNERSHIP Ball pythons are also known as royal or regius pythons. They belong to the same snake family with boas. These snakes are all constrictors. Constrictor snakes wrap themselves around prey until it is suffocated. Then they swallow it whole. HOW BIG ARE THE BALL PYTHONS Ball pythons can grow to be as small as 36 to 48 inches in adulthood. Ball pythons can be purchased at pet shops that specialize in snakes, or they may help to find a breeder. What is the average lifespan of Ball Pythons in captivity? Find more information in this book
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Ball Pythons as Pets: Ball Python Breeding, Where to Buy, Types, Care, Temperament, Cost, Health, Handling, Husbandry, Diet, and Much More I

Ball Pythons as Pets: Ball Python Breeding, Where to Buy, Types, Care, Temperament, Cost, Health, Handling, Husbandry, Diet, and Much More I

Author: Lolly Brown

Publisher: Nrb Publishing

ISBN: 194628601X

Category: Pets

Page: 134

View: 648

Ball Pythons are named as such because of their habit of curling themselves up into tight balls, especially when they are frightened or under stress. They are the smallest of the African pythons, and they are also called Royal Pythons because African rulers are known to wear them as jewelry. Ball Pythons are considered to be one of the most well-mannered snake species and are known for their docile temperament. They have a long lifespan as well, making them ideal for long-term companionship. If you wish to have an exotic pet but are a relative beginner with reptilian ones, the curious and gentle Ball Python is perfect for you. This book will provide you with relevant information regarding Ball Pythons, their nature and behaviors, and how to make sure that you will be giving them the utmost care. Ball Python breeding, where to buy, types, care, temperament, cost, health, handling, husbandry, diet, and much more included!