The Albino Pastel Phoenix Ball Pythons have been found in their native regions of the central and western part of Africa, but they are quite rare. Those available in captivity have been captive bred, with the first breeding reportly by Bob Clark and since then successively through at least three generations.
Albino Pastel Phoenix
Captive Albino Pastel Phoenix Snakes usually eat rodents that are frozen, not live. It is recommended to feed frozen rodents because it can be dangerous for your snake if they are fed live rats or mice.
In the wild, they will eat a variety of live prey including: