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View Poll Results: How old is/was your oldest ball python?

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  • 1-5 years old

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  • 6-10 years old

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  • 11-15 years old

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  • 20-25 years old

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    My oldest was 22 years with me when it passed, but it was an adult WC when I received him, so unknown actual age.
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    very little noticable difference in behavior and they have had no health issues yet, still eat just as aggressively as the young ones

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    Re: How old is/was your oldest ball python

    Most of ours are hatchling-6 years old but my sons first pet Ball Python will be 12 in December. He is a normal and even though he is surrounded now by genetics of all sorts he has a tub for life. He is also the only one with a name lol. The rest all have ID numbers.
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    Re: How old is/was your oldest ball python

    My oldest Female normal is 14 years old.


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    Re: How old is/was your oldest ball python

    Quote Originally Posted by Emilio View Post
    My oldest Female normal is 14 years old.


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    I have one male wild type python that I bought as a captive hatched baby in 1993. So far I do not notice changes in behavior. He still has bouts of just wanting to hide and bouts of wanting to explore and not eat ( looking for a girlfriend?).

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