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    Ball Python CARESHEET

    Click here to jump to the Ball Python Caresheet

    (Rapture suggested this idea of sticky'ing a link to the caresheet about a month ago...and I'm finally getting to it. ~bad, lazy admin~ .....Thanks for the great suggestion, Rapture!!)

    And here for a list of lots of other caresheets...

    --Judy
    Last edited by JLC; 11-03-2010 at 11:50 PM. Reason: updating

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    Re: Ball Python CARESHEET

    Cool! thanks!

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    Re: Ball Python CARESHEET

    Im afraid the link doesnt work (maybe temporary but...)

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    Re: Ball Python CARESHEET

    Quote Originally Posted by magnus_b View Post
    Im afraid the link doesnt work (maybe temporary but...)
    Yes, we lost the caresheets with the upgrade. We'll be getting those restored ASAP!!
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    Re: Ball Python CARESHEET

    We haven't lost them per se, just need to get them converted over. That'll happen today for sure

    That broken link above will no longer be broken (it will forward to a new link)

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    link still wont work... please fix this , and thank you for all your hard work I love this site.

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    Re: Ball Python CARESHEET

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    link still wont work... please fix this , and thank you for all your hard work I love this site.
    All fixed now...thanks for the heads-up!
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    Hi everyone! This may be a little off topic but I had a quick question about my bp. I don't have a humidity meter yet but I was wondering if there was anyway I could tell if it is too humid in his enclosure. There are some beads of water in his enclosure because I misted the walls. Should I wipe these off or what?
    Thanks in advance
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    Re: Ball Python CARESHEET

    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Personguy View Post
    Hi everyone! This may be a little off topic but I had a quick question about my bp. I don't have a humidity meter yet but I was wondering if there was anyway I could tell if it is too humid in his enclosure. There are some beads of water in his enclosure because I misted the walls. Should I wipe these off or what?
    Thanks in advance
    -Tim
    You can always start a new thread with questions like this. They tend to get more attention that way.

    If water is condensing on the sides of the enclosure without any spritzing from you, then that's too humid. But water on the sides because you sprayed the cage is fine. In fact, that's the purpose of the misting...to put beads of water into the enclosure that will evaporate and add to the overall humidity.
    -- Judy

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    Thanks also I just got a young adult boy bp. He's used to living with people. The guy at the store said to wait a couple of weeks before feeding him and handling him. Is this true?
    Again thanks-Tim

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