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hey.. i just wanna know what sort of size vivarium one will need any requirements and sizes that they grow pretty much any info on them will do:lol2:


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Maybe best re-posting in the snake section for more coverage. Would probs get an answer there.
 

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you can get a viv what will suit it as an adult from www.rhinovivs.com there a bit more pricey than the normal viv but they look good, they will prob reach around the 5 foot mark maybe a little bigger. can be snappy, prob best off rreading caresheets ETC, there is also a chrondo book that is suppost to be like the bible for chrondo's
 

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if this is your first snake,a gtp isnt recomended for beginings,they are a very difficult species to keep.: victory:
 

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GTPs certainly aren't a beginner species, but depending on how much effort, time and money you are willing to put into learning about and providing the correct care, it would be possible to keep one as a first snake. They are usually snakes which people 'build-up' to keeping. Maybe consider an Amazon Tree Boa (ATB) as a snake to gain experience first.

GTP's are a display-only species and without precise husbandry will die relatively easily. Having said that, if you are willing to invest in getting a GTP then Amazon.com: More Complete Chondro, the bestselling manual for all Green Tree Python keepers: Greg Maxwell: Books is a good place to start.
 

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