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    New to the site and had a question.

    The ball that i have right now is my second, i had the last one when i was in high scholl about 15 years ago. My question is what is the best range for the humidity level in his house? The reason that i ask is i've had this one for about 6 months and he has eaten well (no going off feed yet) and appears to be quite healthy and curious, he has only had one good shsed the rest have required the mid shed bath to help him along. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

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    Michael

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    Need help. Please

    direct quote taken from the ball-pythons.net ball python caresheet.

    "...a humidity level of 50% is sufficient."
    -Will

    Photo Album: http://www.ball-pythons.net/modules....ndex&cat=10072
    Currently Keeping - 4 ball pythons, a redtail boa, and a cali king. Now look, admit it. You know you want to give me an albino ball python.

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    But 60-70% would be awsome.

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    And when in shed, the higher the better.

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