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The Bull Snake requires a large enclosure of at least 4' x 2' x 2'. Wild-caught juveniles will likely become more docile after frequent handling, although wild-caught adults will likely remain aggressive. Bull Snakes should be given a basking area with slightly higher temperatures than the ambient 78 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit. At night, the temperature should be between 70 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit. They also should be provided with hiding areas that can be formed with rocks or bricks. High humidity is not necessary and the Bull Snake only needs a small water dish for drinking. Captive Bull Snakes can be fed mice, rats and sometimes small rabbits.


Breeding
The Bull Snake's mating season is in the spring. The females lay a clutch of between three and twenty eggs in a shallow hole, which they dig themselves. The off-white colored eggs will hatch after between 64 and 80 days of incubation. The hatchlings, which are on their own as soon as they're born, average between one and one and a half feet in length.

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