Rainbow Emerald

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What kind of snakes are there that require similar care to ball pythons?

I'm not planning on getting another snake soon, but in the future I'm thinking about what kind of snake I want. I was looking at Hogg Island Boas, and Brazilian Rainbow Boas, but they require too big of enclosures. I don't really like corn snakes and milk snakes because of their size, I like thicker hardier snakes. Any suggestions? One that doesn't get TOO big and is fairly easy to take care of... like ball pythons. Thanks in advance!
Thanks for the suggestions, but I'm looking more towards one that won't take up too much room! I think a Red tail boa might need a tank a little bigger than 30 gallons or so. 😉

Hognose snakes are great, because they have about the same requirements as corns, but they are much thicker (and oddly enough, have a very very light venom).

Red tail boas will get about ten feet or so for males, but they're thick bodied snakes.

Blood pythons are very thick bodied and are about six feet, but need high humidity. Also they commonly have a reputation for bad tempers, or have kind of... mood swings.

If you have about two grand to throw down, you can buy an Angolan python. The face is constructed like a ball, but their appetite is much better, they have a beautiful pattern, about 8-9 ft, and are much more active snakes. The reason they're so expensive is that they're becoming endangered in the wild so most of them have to be captive bred, and they're not so easy to breed.

Rainbow boas and Carpet pythons are a great medium sized snakes. Carpets being about ten to twelve feet but not near as thick as red tails. These are medium experience snakes because they need a little higher humidity than your ball will.

Emerald tree boas, and green tree pythons are for advanced keepers because of the level of humidity needed, strict temps, and their attitude problems make them snakes that should only be left to the dedicated and experienced.

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