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    Building my first BP Cage

    am building my first terrarium for my first ball python! I start building it with glass and is 80x50x50 52 Gallons! this size is good for BP?
    I don't bought my python yet and i want to suggest me what type of ceramic light i must buy or head bad and gauges! What size has a baby BP when born? In my country the smallest size i can find is 50-60 cm! I live in cyprus that is not offering reptiles yet!

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    IMO i think this may be a bit large the largest i would go is maybe the size of a 40 breeders. Like 36X18. I will be a good size for a large ball python but for a baby it would be not so good. Plus with such a large tank it would be difficult to maintain a proper thermal gradient with such a large screen top. If you are planning on adding lots of hiding spots and vines and such so they feel secure. Maybe getting a glass cover as supposed to a screen cover might be good to and will help hold in some humidity.
    0.1 2001 Ball Python 1200 grams.
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