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Old 04-18-04, 11:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there a specialized fridge for hibernating?

Hey guys. I am thinking to get a digital Fridge to hibernate my California King Snakes, so it will cost me probably like $1500.00 to $2000.00. Is there any specialized fridges for snakes for sale or should i just go with a digital fridge? Thanks.
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Old 04-19-04, 12:44 AM   #2 (permalink)
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That's a lot of money to hibernate $50 snakes! Holy moly! And living in Burnaby? PERFECT climate for hibernating colubrids. Our climate is the envy of all the southern colubrid breeders.
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For $2 grand, you could just pay a high school kid to replenish an intricate tub of ice and water to keep them cool for 3 months in the winter! LOL!
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Old 04-19-04, 02:48 AM   #4 (permalink)
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if you really need to get a fridge why not get a second hand one?
I mean they are like a couple hundred dollars (if even that...)

and yeah...BC has great weather and you don't really need a fridge to burmate your snakes. Heck even in Ontario I don't need a fridge to burmate the snakes. I just open the windows a bit and cool breeze of cold air floating in....nice and cool for the snakes (just make sure that you don't open too much window in Ontario..you'll freeze, the snakes will freeze....lol
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haha, to think we could have let you spend that much money!! Ahhahaha AAHAHAHahaha.
You foo, CK's can be bred without even brumating them (aparently) but if you do decide to, you could just turn off the heating? haha u crack me up.
nice web site by the way
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Thanks guys. But, can any one give me a link to where i can get (or if i can get) a specialized fridge for hibernating the snakes? Thanks.

KingFfaj, are you sure that the kings do not have to be hibernated? You mean i can just poot them together any time? Thanks.
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