So long as both snakes are the same size the chances of one eating the other is pretty slim. (so long as you separate them for feeding . With that said I would suggest housing them separately. Balls are picky they may not respond well too being moved before and after every meal. Plus housing them together may cause stress. and lastly if one gets sick the other will as well . Thatís double the vet bills.
Edit: on a side note, although I would never do it, Before I purchased my female ball she was housed with 2 males balls and a pair of corn snakes for 3 years. They had a large enclosure so space was not an issue and they were separated for feeding, apparently the previous owner had absolutely no problems.
Last edited by lostwithin; 08-24-04 at 09:27 AM..