This may seem like a silly question, but I am entirely new to the reptile hobby and I have recently set up a temporary plastic tub enclosure for my ball python. I’ve done a lot of research and haven’t come across many others with a similar problem, but I really want to ask; should I be avoiding condensation in his enclosure? Or is it okay? I understand humidity requirements and am meeting them, but I’m just worried that condensation may be a problem. Thanks ^^
The solution is simple; put more holes in the tub. If there is condensation that means the humidity is too high. You don’t want more than 65% humidity for long durations. Bump it up to 75% during shedding cycles via misting, but maintain it between 50-65% otherwise. You also don’t need a water dish large enough for them to soak in, despite what some people commonly believe.
Duly noted, thank you!