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    1st time builder have a few questions??

    Hey yall

    I have two snakes a Columbian Red tail and a pastel ball python i believe they are both females and they are currently both 10 gallons tanks cause they are babies the Red tail is ready to be moved to bigger though.

    So my question is if i want to make a two snake rack is it possible and is it worth it? If it is worth it can i use my zoo med uth heaters and what else would i need.

    but also would it be just better to by two boaphiles let me know guys i need to know the best option
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    Re: 1st time builder have a few questions??

    If you are up for building a rack, then go for it. If you plan on getting more snakes, a rack is a great idea.

    If you are going to stick to two snakes for a while, then maybe make a display cage or buy a display cage.

    Either way you are going to have to do some tweaking for your needs. Different species means different housing requirements. You will have to make adjustments accordingly.
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