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Old 14-07-2012, 08:23 PM
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Sooooo is my wife but thats a whole other story

Sounds like an 18+ story

Seriously she's really pissy when you do anything out of the ordinary or when there's a lot going on, I was far too tired to be dealing with that
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Old 14-07-2012, 08:24 PM
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Your snakes have laminate flooring

Everyone said i was mental when I used ceramic tiles in one of my vivs, i knew the idea would catch on
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Old 14-07-2012, 08:25 PM
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Your snakes have laminate flooring

Everyone said i was mental when I used ceramic tiles in one of my vivs, i knew the idea would catch on
The corn and the geckos have lino that looks like laminate

I was going to use ceramic tiles in the new vivs but was worried about the weight of them?
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Sounds like an 18+ story

Seriously she's really pissy when you do anything out of the ordinary or when there's a lot going on, I was far too tired to be dealing with that
I know exactly what your on about ...I usually point mine in the direction of the tank and tap her tail, she generally gets the idea
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Old 14-07-2012, 08:29 PM
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I know exactly what your on about ...I usually point mine in the direction of the tank and tap her tail, she generally gets the idea
She was a bit of a neglected sadcase when I got her, she's come a long way but I knew she'd be peed off with the new surroundings for a little while, and she's due a feed
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She was a bit of a neglected sadcase when I got her, she's come a long way but I knew she'd be peed off with the new surroundings for a little while, and she's due a feed
and your not willing to give your hand as an appetiser what sort of herpetologist are you
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Old 14-07-2012, 08:32 PM
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The corn and the geckos have lino that looks like laminate

I was going to use ceramic tiles in the new vivs but was worried about the weight of them?
I built my viv myself so the ceramic tiles and the grout is probably the only thing that's holding it together

Nah seriously though, they should be fine. They make cleaning a doddle too!
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Old 14-07-2012, 08:33 PM
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and your not willing to give your hand as an appetiser what sort of herpetologist are you
One that likes my fingers where they are

I've also set everyone (geckos and corn included) up on timers, first time ever, heat will go off at 11pm and on at 5am, a bit more 'natural' I hope!
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Old 14-07-2012, 08:34 PM
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I built my viv myself so the ceramic tiles and the grout is probably the only thing that's holding it together

Nah seriously though, they should be fine. They make cleaning a doddle too!
Might revert back to that idea if the Aubiose doesn't work out for either of them then
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just make sure they don't drop to low through the night... I have the lights on a timer as it makes it easier but the heat stays pretty constant until breeding, then i lower the temps for a while....The last thing you want is the Boa getting more nowty than she already is
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