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How much did that cost you and who made it? i like it
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They are fantastic vivs for terrestrial species
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They are fantastic vivs for terrestrial species
They look good but not much height and even terrestrial species do like to climb about.
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They look good but not much height and even terrestrial species do like to climb about.
Yeah I saw these when I went into blue lizard for f10 the other week. They do look really nice and would be perfect for any snake that doesn't mind missing out on climbing space.
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Yeah I saw these when I went into blue lizard for f10 the other week. They do look really nice and would be perfect for any snake that doesn't mind missing out on climbing space.
Am thinking about one of the extra large ones for my hoggie girl once she's adult, just not sure due to lack of height in them.
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You've got to love GTPs!
Haha yeah...started off with one...now I've got 3 and once iv got my new addition established I'll be looking for one more to go towards a future breeding plan!Im hooked
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Am thinking about one of the extra large ones for my hoggie girl once she's adult, just not sure due to lack of height in them.
The 30" one is nice. I didn't see any snakes in it though to judge the height to snake ratio. I'm sticking with a normal 2' viv for my little fella.
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Old 12-01-2012, 01:49 PM
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Olga - BCI - Vivexotic VX36 (needs something to climb)

That BCI is stunning!
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Old 12-01-2012, 01:51 PM
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I've just recently stripped mine of all the cork bark they had (mite scare, turned out to be harmless white orchid bark mite probably from beech chip I used to use, but since then its forest floor as the only natural substance resin resin hides/logs). Just added some fake ficus leaves recently (I strip the 6/7 leaf section from the main part).

Olga - BCI - Vivexotic VX36 (needs something to climb)
there is a 'dumb' dial combination thermometer/hygro in all my vivs, the hygro bit is a joke and I measure with a digital ... but it gives me a rough idea of cool side air temps
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... and she just shed (really bright, lovely, normal)
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Marvel - Spider Royal - 18L rub
struggling to get two hides and a water dish ... think I might remove the cool hide and add a thick layer of substrate so he can have a warm hide and a cool 'place' he does sometimes sleep ontop of the hides in the open
despite his tiny looking head in this shot he fills up a lot of that hide or gonna move him to an LX24 (2ft viv) in a few weeks, floor area is about 20% bigger than his 18L rub and he seems nice and settled in there, freaked when I tried him in a 33L! (LX24 is smaller)
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Orlando - Pastel Royal - 18L rub
loads of room for him and he uses all three hides
former assist feeder is catching up now and strikes the hardest of all my Royals, burst the last rat pup he had ... still looking a little thin, but has a great appetite now and is hyper active - see us in the room and asks to come out to play, open the rub and he's into your hand (not escaping out the back) ... and then wraps around and looks out on the world, very odd. Needs something to climb and wrap around in that rub
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My other Boas are in the same set-up as Olga
My Yellow Belly Royal is in a LX36 (3ft) viv - forgot to shoot
My Hognose are in 5L rubs - will add photos of their real simple design

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The 30" one is nice. I didn't see any snakes in it though to judge the height to snake ratio. I'm sticking with a normal 2' viv for my little fella.
It's the 36" one I was looking at but I have plenty of tiime yet to think of her final home.
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here's one ( The Everglades hybrid's) :


aint the prettiest but it works.
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