Dear fellow Reptile enthusiast,
I would like
to apologize for my hiatus. The reason is due to my illness, I have been sick for some time. I definitely need to catch up
on updating the site, all snakes are not listed. Thank you for your time and understanding.
Aquí es donde usted puede tener acceso a la versión española de nuestro Web site. Gracias por su tiempo. LA Reptiles (http://www.LaReptiles.com)
Living Art Reptiles
Reptiles Arte Viviente.
main purpose of this site is for information on Ball Python care and maintenance husbandry not sales per-say. One of the main
problems with the reptile industry today is many are only concerned about profits, not educating new snake owners. We want
you to enjoy your visit to our website and more importantly, have fun!
Please visit and contribute if possible, to USARK. The US Association of Reptile Keepers (USARK) is a science and education-based
advocacy for the responsible private ownership of, and trade in reptiles. We have supported USARK on our website since 2008!
Please click the USARK image below or visit our links page and click the USARK link to go to their official site.
Thank you for visiting
us at Living Art Reptiles. We Specialize in breeding quality Ball Pythons (Python Regius) and excellent customer
service. We are with you before and after the purchase. We have been keeping reptiles since 1988 and are dedicated to the
care and maintenance of all of our snakes. Please take a moment to check out our website. We have many informative sections
such as care and maintenance sheets
on keeping and Breeding Ball Pythons. There are many pictures of Ball Pythons (Python Regius) in various morphs, also including
Burmese Pythons (Python Molurus Bivittatus), Boa Constrictor's and Rodents. We have a breeding section for Rodents
which also covers care, maintenance and housing. Definitely view our Ball python morphs gallery , the conception of this page started in 2002. The Ball Python Morphs Gallery is a great visual aide for novice
breeders in deciding which direction they might want to take their snake breeding season. Thanks :-)
The Sienna Ball Python;
we first produced this color morph in 2005. Please view our collection page for pictures.
At this moment there is nothing available. We will be taking the next couple of seasons off to put the snakes through a rest
and rotation cycle. Thank you for your time.