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Old 06-05-03, 09:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question what snake goes there

1 was just wondering i have a built in wardrobe its about 68 inc tall, 36inc wide and 24 deep, its got sliding doors but ime going to take them off put in a vent and
glass so that its like a cabnet what snakes could i ceep in there and how would i heat it
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emerald tree boa would be ideal in a cage that size if you could keep humidity up! :P a jungle carpet python could be cool to! :P Both would make use of the height... the JCP could be alot more active though, would look nice in a cage that size!
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o thx how mutch do thay cost and what about heating
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all so what is the smallest or how about 1 or 2 bp
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Irian jaya Carpet Pythons would be suitable for the cage as well. Also, there are quite a few ratsnakes that would fit that cage as well, such as a Blue Beauty perhaps. I couldn't tell how much any of these snakes cost in your area... prices vary from country to country, especially on different continents

For heating, you could try radient heat panels. They are great for tall enclosures and your snake cannot burn himself on it either. There are other options as well, such as a combination of floorheating method (heat tape, etc) and lighting or ceramic heater. If you choose to use lighting or ceramic heaters, please make sure that it has a safety cage around it so your snake doesn't cook himself
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Old 06-05-03, 05:59 PM   #6 (permalink)
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o thx but would bp be ok in there 2 if so can i keep more than 1 in there if so what sex would be best
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Not really, a BP would not make use of that much height.
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o its just i whant sumthing i can handle and i red that there hard to handle
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Why don't you get an Irian Jaya Carpet Python? I have 3 (and some babies) and they are all tame (even as hatchlings!). They are also beautiful and active, easy to care for and breed. I love em!

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o ok how mutch did thay cost u and do u know anny good care sheets
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http://www.moreliaspilota.com

They go for $150 US in the states, $250 CDN here... I don't know about england.
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thx proberly 50-150
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I would put in a reticulated python they are not very good when you are handling them though.AS already said a ball python would not make use of all that hight...
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Carpet Pythons are a great choice, Beautiful and quite docile, good luck.

Ballpython13 are you serious. Snake goth has one snake and thats a corn snake, therefore he isnt ready for such a huge responsibility as a retic, plus a full grown retic would have no use for that height, as its too big to climb on branches. I think you should learn more about reptiles before you tell people to do things that aren't right and could make some one make a very bad decision.
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No, DONT get a reticulated python!! They GET huge, over 20 feet easily, and are usually quite aggressive!! You'd need a LOT! of experience to think about keepings a retic.

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