I have been in the reptile hobby for many years. I have experience with Ball Pythons, Corn Snakes, King Snakes, Colombian Red Tail Boas, Leopard Geckos, Bearded Dragons. If you have questions on feeding, housing, behavior, breeding (for ball pythons and corn snakes), and general information, feel free to ask.
I have a 11 week old ball python I've only had her for two weeks, and on Monday was the first time she would eat since I got her.I feed her live fuzzys and ever since she ate the first time she hasn't stopped yawning and sometimes she'll just sit their with her mouth open is this normal?
yawning is totally normal both of my ball pythons do it and one of them does it constantly its just one of those weird things. if you are really worried you should go to your local pet store or vet and ask. there are also a lot of books that have descriptions on ball behavior and sicknesses
We have 4 brown anoles, 2 adults and 2 younger ones. we have had them about a month and one of the younger ones is growing alot but the other isnt. They both have been eating as far as I know but the one is remaining very small. Is this normal or what could cause this?
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