Category: Other Reptile Stuff

  • Ball Pythons VS Corn Snakes – The Ultimate Comparison

    Ball Pythons VS Corn Snakes – The Ultimate Comparison

    Ball Pythons Corn Snakes Temperature 75-85 75-85 Humidity 50-60% 65-75% Substrate Cypress mulch, coconut husk, orchid bark Aspen Adult Size 4-5 feet 5-6 feet Lifespan 30+ years 15-20 years Venomous No No Temperament Docile Docile Food Mice, rats, other small rodents, birds Mice, rats, other small rodents, birds, frogs, and lizards Natural Habitat Grasslands, open…

  • Do Pet Snakes Make Your House Smell Bad?

    Do Pet Snakes Make Your House Smell Bad?

    Snakes are nearly odorless animals. Their low odor and little waste make them great pets to have in the house. Their natural smells and odors from waste like urates and feces have a smell that doesn’t travel very far.  A snake’s smell is preventable by cleaning their enclosure regularly.   Although a pet snake won’t have…

  • How to Find a Lost Snake in Your House

    How to Find a Lost Snake in Your House

    Pet snakes are incredibly great at escaping their enclosures. A snake’s sleek and slender body makes them perfect for squeezing into small spaces even if it’s not meant for a snake to fit through. I have a corn snake named Peaches who has escaped from his enclosure 5 times and luckily I’ve found him every…

  • What do snakes eat in the wild?

    What do snakes eat in the wild?

    All snakes are carnivores, but the food they eat all depends on their species. In the wild, smaller snakes will eat bugs or frogs and larger snakes will eat larger animals like birds and rodents. In captivity, snakes are mostly fed mice and rats or for larger species, chickens and pigs.  A snake’s diet will…