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  1. Stuck Shed = Soaking

    Snake Soaking



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  2. The solution if you are using a tank!

    Quote Originally Posted by Rickys_Reptiles View Post
    Ok, I've been listening to the same question about covering a Ball Python tank for FAR too long, so I'm going to chime in. This is regarding Ball Pythons in aquariums. I've heard people say to "cover the tank partially with..." a wet towel, plastic wrap, foil tape, your mother in laws granny panties.... All decent, but ugly solutions.

    Here is a better one! go to your local plastic shop and ask them to cut out a piece of PVC/X for you to the same size as your tank. Then

    Updated 11-04-2013 at 01:13 PM by Rickys_Reptiles

  3. 1L F10 SC veterinary disinfectant Available in Canada!


    I have about a dozen bottles of F10 SC available for sale in Canada. Contact me at

    1L bottles $110.00 including shipping within Canada. ($10.00 discount per bottle for local pickup at Dufferin/Rutherford).

    1 bottle of F10 will produce roughly 250 Liters of disinfectant!! If you don't need a large bottle, buy it and split it with your friends. Well worth it

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  4. DIY 9 Tub Breeder Rack (lightweight plastic shelving unit)

    Quote Originally Posted by SlitherinSisters View Post
    I saw a video on YouTube on how to make this rack and I love it! It's very easy to make, fairly inexpensive, lightweight, and you can take it apart in minutes.

    The finished product, it will cost just under $300 including the flexwatt. I'm still debating on putting sides on the rack, it's nice to be able to see any breeding going on without opening the tub.
  5. So I can keep track of my glowing/laying/oving timeline

    (I keep a blog of sorts on my site so I can keep track of dates)

    February, I have pictures of her head looking like this in January too

    May, that means she was glowing for 1-2 months before she ovulated