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Also know, are snakes supposed to feel cold?
Snakes generally feel cold to the touch,orjust warm if they've been baskingcertainly they shouldneverfeel hot though. Don't forget that your bodytemperature ishigher than that of their enclosure/hot spot - so itwill alwaysfeel warm, or cool
Beside above, what temp is too cold for snakes? Like other reptiles, rattlesnakesare“cold-blooded” or ectothermic,relyingessentially on outside heat sources rather than aninternalmetabolism to maintain their body temperature.Theytypically function most effectively at temperaturesbetweenabout 70 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit (21 to 32degreesCelsius).
Then, why does my snake like cold?
Though they are found all over the world,snakesdo not, however, like the cold. Thisisbecause they are cold blooded or ectothermic. If itiscold outside, then the snake will becold,too, since their bodies do not use energy tocreate heat towarm them. When it is cold, many snakeshibernate in tunnelsunderground.
Are ball pythons supposed to feel cold?
Simple answer is DON'T WORRY. The snakeSHOULDfeel cool to you. It is and that's right.