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    Re: Is there a guideline for ball python growth rate?

    I normally shoot for 50g a month, but then again I breed and feed my hatchlings every 5 days. All of them grow differently and have different metabolisms just like humans
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    My recent Mojave female hatched in early July was 80g when we got her in early August. Exactly two months later she is 170g today. More than doubled.



    27g in 6 weeks is def on the slower side of growth for a juvenile. But there are no stringent rules.

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