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Blood Pythons get rather large as they mature, and while their length is not as extensive as some, they do get substantially larger in girth than other snakes. As with many other species, males are typically smaller than females, though both require a large habitat and ample space. A Blood Python is a great aspiration for a young reptile keeper interested in caring for snakes as a hobby. 

Feeding tip: It is always recommended to feed snakes in a container outside of their habitat. This is the best way to help limit any feeding responses from being associated with the habitat. This will also keep any substrate from being ingested while eating. A secure, small plastic container is most commonly recommended. By keeping this container dark you help ease the stress of being moved from their habitat.