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    Inactive ball python - Normal ?

    So my ball seems to be really chill these past few days , it just ate 2 days ago.. So I'm guessing that when it was "sorta" active before , was it looking for food? Because now it's just chilling on his hide and have been on it for these past two days.. I'm not that worried but just out of curiosity, is this normal?

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    Yup, your snake is digesting comfortably; full, hidden and happy.
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    Re: Inactive ball python - Normal ?

    Thanks ! Really glad to hear that

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