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    Temperature/Heating Problems

    I recently bought my first ball python a few weeks ago. I noticed many sources saying the cooler side should be 78-82 and the warmer side to be 88-90. My current setup has the cooler side at 70 degrees Fahrenheit and the warmer side at 80, therefore probably not even close to the ideal temperature for ball pythons. What should I do to warm up the entire enclosure? Should I use ceramic heat emitters? How do I warm up the cold side as well as the warm side? Any advice is appreciated.


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    Che yes. Controlled by minimum a dimmer. Thermostat perfected. Using an glass tank I assume? Get some pink foam board insulation from Home Depot and cover 3 sides with it. Make a piece for the top where there arenít heat lamps.

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