A day light and heat pad are both very important for spotted python cages. Learn more about heating a spotted python enclosure with tips from a reptile expert in this free video for snake owners. Expert: Cordell Jacques Bio: Cordell Jacques has worked in the pet industry for more than 10 years, currently working at Huron Pet Supply in Ann Arbor, Mich. Filmmaker: Travis Waack

15 Responses to “How to Care for Spotted Pythons : Spotted Python Day Light & Heat Pad”

  1. Phanact

    liar jk all though who cares about how to care about spotted lizards?

  2. necrohmortis

    The dials are very inaccurate also. 10-20 degrees off the real temp.

  3. thekingofdragons101

    omg it gets too hot with bulb and heat mat !!!!!!!

  4. ReptileMan012

    they should make and aussie one like this because all this is wrong for aussie temperature you dont need heat mat and all that here its already really hot, my mate almost did this and would have killed his reptile/

  5. tiddlescat1

    @ReptileMan012 Hay im from qld and i just got a spotted python. do u reckon a heat mat under the cage is enough heat in qld?
    Thanks

  6. ReptileMan012

    @tiddlescat1 what part of QLD??
    i wouldnt recomend heat mates for spotted’s in aus or really anywhere, i would use a small watt heat liek with a thermostate. keeping it around hmm summer 28-30 night 25-28 just have a look what they need the heating temperature, but i would go with a heat light. infared red. depending on the tank size?? the wattage needed.
    if you want any more info message me, i got 2 spotteds

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