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Old 09-13-17, 10:59 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Re: Green Tree Python Help

Ok, well aside from my above suggestion you will need a minimum of a 2 x 2 x 2 enclosure. Pvc is best due to the high humidity it will need. It will need to be well ventillated too as gtp's need fluctuation in humidity too.
When I kept them I used a pvc cube with an ultrasonic humidifier on a timer. This would give the needed spikes in humidity with the required dry out time too. For heat I used a che on a thermostat. I also misted a couple times a day, most preferred to drink off of their coils rather than out of a water dish.

I live in Arizona so depending on your climate and what age gtp you get this may be completely useless to you. I cannot stress enough how much you need to read up on care requirements specific to gtp's. Having 6 other reptiles does not help much if they are not similar to a gtp.
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