Baby Sumatran Short Tail Python

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    Baby Sumatran Short Tail Python

    Baby Sumatran Short Tail Python

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    Baby Sumatran Short Tail Python

    Baby Sumatran Short Tail Pythons are typically 12-15 inches long and have a bright red coloration with black markings. They have a short tail and a gray head. As they mature, their coloration will become darker and more complex.

    Baby Sumatran Short Tail Pythons are relatively easy to care for. They should be housed in a terrarium that is at least 20 gallons in size. The terrarium should be kept at a temperature of 75-85 degrees Fahrenheit and a humidity level of 50-70%. Baby Sumatran Short Tail Pythons should be fed live or frozen-thawed mice that are about the same size as the snake’s head.

    Baby Sumatran Short Tail Pythons are typically docile and make good pets for experienced snake owners. However, they can be nippy when they are young, so it is important to handle them gently. borneo short tail python size

    Here are some tips for caring for a baby Sumatran Short Tail Python:

    • Provide a secure enclosure with a warm side and a cool side.
    • Use a substrate that is easy to clean, such as aspen shavings or paper towels.
    • Provide a water bowl that is large enough for the snake to soak in.
    • Offer food that is the same size as the snake’s head.
    • Handle the snake gently and regularly.

    With proper care, a baby Sumatran Short Tail Python can live for 20-30 years.

    It’s important to research thoroughly and ensure you have accurate information before acquiring any snake, especially if it’s a unique or less common morph. Responsible ownership requires a solid understanding of the specific care needs and requirements of the snake in question. Always prioritize the well-being of the animal by providing proper husbandry and a suitable habitat. short-tailed python temperament