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ok so i bought a baby ball python snake from the local serpertaium. i told them that i had a 70...
gallon tank they said it was ok they sold me a under the tank heater and i have a small night light (for heat) for night ... My concern is this i am hearing the tank size is bad for her. she is active and loves being held. she has eaten for the first time with me three days ago.. but tonight i saw her yawn or open and shut her jaws twice. is that possible due to her eating? my concern is this my living room has five windows and is not very big her tank stays the proper temp during night and day.. but i had no choice to put her tank in front of window i have put a think set of curtain's up and
Too large of a tank for a small snake can cause stress. It's best to use a smaller size and upgrade as the snake grows. Sometimes you can use a divider, but snakes are sneaky and will more than likely get ontop of or under the divider to get to the other side.
They usually yawn after eating to re-adjust their jaws. Typically, yawning 3 or more days later isn't bc of eating. It's bc the snake needed to yawn.
Putting tanks in front of a window can cause changes in the temperature of the tank bc it's on an outside wall. The only thing you can do is carefully monitor the temperatures using a good thermometer, not a stick on one. You'll need to carefully adjust the temps as needed.
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