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D'Alberts Python require a cage of about three to four feet in length. Daytime temperatures should range in the low 80's with a basking spot of 90 degrees Fahrenheit. At night the temperature should be about 75 degrees. These pythons are very shy and will generally hide if they see you. It is very easy for D'Alberts Pythons to develop skin conditions due to wrong temperature or humidity. Make sure your snake's skin is soft and supple with no trace of wrinkling or the molds and bacteria that D'Alberts Python is susceptible to. After laying its eggs, the D'Alberts Python is also susceptible to respiratory infections. D'Alberts Python is extremely shy and too much handling will stress this snake.

D'Alberts Python males reach sexual maturity at three years of age and females at four. Females less than four to five feet in length should not be bred. To encourage copulation and fertility, when breeding the D'Alberts Python, the day and night temperatures should vary extremely. Alternate low sixties and seventies at night while raising the temperature back up into the eighties during the day. Copulation will occur during the night and after three months the female will bear a clutch of five to 20 eggs, with seven to 12 being average. The eggs should be immediately removed from the female, who may try to protect them. The eggs should hatch in about 56 to 60 days if incubated at 90 degrees. When kept from 86 to 88 degrees, they will hatch in 70 to 80 days. The temperature must be kept correct or severe damage will occur to the fetal D'Alberts Python. Infant D'Alberts Pythons should be taught to feed by being offered pinkie mice scented with skink or gecko musk. The temperature for the hatchlings should be warmer than for the adults and the humidity should also be higher. Young D'Alberts Python, once taught to feed, are voracious eaters.

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