All posts in "Pythonidae"

How Much Do Ball Pythons Cost?

By Snaketracks / April 30, 2021

Ball Python Cost Breakdown The initial cost of owning a Ball Python varies depending on the color morph you choose, but is the same after the initial costs. Compared to other pets such as dogs and cats, a pet ball python is easy to care for. For instance, they don’t require as much attention. Also, […]


Ball Python Mouth Rot

By Snaketracks / January 5, 2021

Ball Python Mouth Rot Ball pythons can develop mouth rot (Stomatitis) quite easily. It usually develops from a cut in its mouth. Ball pythons also known as royal pythons are one of the most popular snakes kept as pets. These snakes are easy to care for, easy to acquire and come in a ton of […]


The Boelen’s Python

By Snaketracks / June 8, 2020

Boelen Python Care Sheet (Simalia boeleni, Black python) Boelen’s python, or the black python, is a snake endemic to Indonesia and Papua New Guinea and is incredibly secretive and difficult to find in the wild. Also, it is quite uncommon in private collections, as breeding conditions are still unclear. In Papua New Guinea, Boelen’s pythons […]


Ball Python Morphs

By Snaketracks / May 14, 2020

Did you know that there are over 3000 Ball python Morphs available today? There are new ones emerging all the time. Ball Pythons, also known as royal pythons and scientifically known as Python regius, are among the most popular snake pet species in the world because, they are small in size, hardy, and docile. We […]


Sumatran Short Tail Python

By Snaketracks / March 30, 2020

Black Blood Python The heavy bodied Sumatran short-tailed Pythons is not the ideal snake pet for a beginner, as they are not easy to handle: they are unpredictable and aggressive, they get respiratory infections easily, you have to keep them wet, and top of it, they eat big meals! That being said, however, captive-bred individuals […]


Reticulated Python

By Snaketracks / September 3, 2019

Reticulated Python Care Sheet Although they are the longest snake species in the world reaching lengths of 30 feet, reticulated python care is straightforward and quite easy. Because of their large size, this snake is recommended for experienced snake keepers and not novices or first-timers. Even the smallest subspecies will reach lengths of 5½ feet. […]


Green Tree Python Care Sheet

By Snaketracks / August 20, 2019

The arboreal green tree python is an eye-catching and interesting snake. Although it has the word green in its name, this fascinating snake comes isn’t born green. As juveniles, they may be red, orange and yellow. As they age, they go through a color change process. Brick red younglings will change color several times before […]


Ball Python (Royal Python)

By Snaketracks / August 9, 2019

How To Care For Ball Pythons Also known as the royal python, the ball python are popularly kept as pets because of their small size and docile nature. They are known as ‘ball python’ because they often curl into a ball when threatened or stressed. They are easy to care for, docile and long-lived. These […]


Ball Python Breeding (A Guide From Start to Finish)

By Snaketracks / July 15, 2019

Are you considering breeding your ball pythons? Don’t worry it isn’t as hard as you would think. Breeding a ball python is as simple as following a few steps and having a little patience. Below is an in depth step by step guide which will take you through the process completely. Ball pythons, Python regius, […]


Jungle Carpet Python (Morelia Spilota Cheynei)

By Snaketracks / June 12, 2019

Jungle Carpet Python Care Sheet The brightly colored jungle carpet python is loved by many reptile enthusiasts because of its gorgeous black and yellow coloration. Found in the rainforests of Australia, specimens of this exotic species make wonderful pets. As a python, it is nonvenomous and not harmful to human. Read on to learn more […]