Firefly Ball Python

The Firefly Ball Python, also known as the Royal Python, comes from the Western and Central African rainforests

This non-venomous snake species was first discovered in the 1950s and has been in the United States since 1999.

Firefly Ball Pythons are beautiful, colorful reptiles native to Africa. These animals have been introduced to the United States in recent years

When housing a ball python, we recommend that you use an opaque terrarium; it should be as long as your snake is when it’s stretched out

Fireflies are not picky eaters and can be fed with a variety of different feeder items. The best option is a healthy mix of rats and mice

Always wash your hands before and after handling your ball python, regardless of whether it is feeding time or not. Unlike other species

The firefly ball python is one of the best pet snakes you can buy. They’re very small and make great pets for people who live in apartments or do not have a large yard.

Take special care when handling these little guys. Snakes need warmth, but they can’t regulate their body temperature like other reptiles (like lizards)

In captivity, female ball pythons lay clutches of five to 30 eggs, with larger females laying more eggs. In captivity, eggs incubate for about 60 days