Thanks for clicking...
First of all.... I've read & researched tons of posts from this (among others) site's search feature. And still I'm not 100% sure on the right choice.
Here's what I've come to as the best choice for a beginner snake;
Irian Jaya Carpet Pythons
Jungle Carpet Pythons
Now... I know that there are probably a ton of other snakes out there that are easier for the beginner to keep. But, my choices were influenced by these factors that I''d like to keep;
The smaller the better
The more active the better
Preferebly not shy by nature/ likes to display its' self & active during the day
I REALLY want a snake that is ARBOREAL by nature
Not too expensive
Oh yeah, I almost forgot. I have the Oceanic Systems Lizard Lounge (model 70)
and a lighting fixture that runs a tight beam basking bulb, a flourescent UV tube, and a redundant heat lamp (non directional)... it looks just like this -- (not visible are the 6 circular vents along the back of the tank)
Would the above tank be sufficent to house any of the "carpet" snakes that I prefiously mentioned..?
Please HELP >>> all opinions & advice VERY much appreciated <<<
BTW-anyone know of a breeder in Vancouver, B.C. Canada
P.S. Do you know if there are any snakes (readily accessable/purchasable) that look
like the Green Tree Python, but without the danger and hazards..?