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I'm going to sell him. Hatched late May. About 18" long. Sheds fine. NEVER missed a meal. He's never bitten but displays alot. No hissing though. Probably would be alot more laid back with more regular handling.
I'm letting him go because I'll be moving eventually and I don't really have as much time as I used to for my animals.
Since he isn't totally tame I'm only asking £30-£40. He's a lovely looking snake, so breeding off him is definately a good idea.
I'm on quite often if you have any other question just leave them on here.




(I'm in Edinburgh)
 

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Oh right offcourse, Edinburgh. If anyone has means of couriering I'd be glad to wait for pickup but I do not know or have any means of delivery.
 

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thats a good price, especially for scotland mate, i dont expect you to have the snake for too long.
 

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As long as he goes to a good home I'm not worried how long I have to keep him. He's a nice animal, just as I say, has never really been fully hand tamed. New pics btw.


 

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hi there
can i ask you where the heat mats are with your plastic vivs?
im not being funny but i want to stack mine too but just wondered how you stacked and where are the mats? x
 

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I have the heatmats under each of the tubs.
I took the mat out from under my blizzards tub just to take the pic. It was sticking out and looking ugly lol.
 

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robnissmith said:
I have the heatmats under each of the tubs.
I took the mat out from under my blizzards tub just to take the pic. It was sticking out and looking ugly lol.
wouldnt that be too much heat?
as they are stacked and each have a heat mat
even with a thermostat?
or have i got it wrong and they aint stacked?
 

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:? All my tubs maintain a good warm temp of 30o'c. I only stack a mat under the bottom of each tub, so you would have mat - tub - mat - tub etc etc. I use small mats though, they are half the normal size. I'll get a pic.
 

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thanks xx

im not digging at you, its xmas lol

i will get some small mats for mine, did you add any wood blocks to separate the tanks then add mats?

merry christmas my dear xx
 

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Also depends on the wattage of heat mat, the higher wattage the hotter the mat. If I use plastic vivs for babies etc I use a 7 or 10 watt mat.
 

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Here they are.


 

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11inches by 5 (27cm x 13?) 230V 6.5W Hope that helps. I use a regular size mat on the bottom tub usually. And as I said all my temps are kept easily.
 

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No problem.

The blizzard is sort of reserved btw. Updates, I'll post if needed.
 

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He is taken. Thank you everyone for the interest.
 
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