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    Re: Feeding New Ball

    Quote Originally Posted by Bkbk84 View Post
    We got a live rat fuzzy today, he got it and gobbled it down. We are going in the right direction. Thanks for all the help. I was so worried it would be to big for him. He didn’t seem the have any trouble with it!!!!
    Awesome! They are capable of eating some surprisingly large meals. A rat fuzzy should be perfect size for a little while
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    Re: Feeding New Ball

    Ball pythons can eat far larger meals than most charts recommend. The charts are just a “guideline” these pythons can swallow and digest a meal larger than their own girth.


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