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    what is good to use for snake bedding newpaper or forest bark ???

    i hope u like these pics~!

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    what ????

    Either news paper of the bark is great. I use the natures bark, it looks nice and is easy to maintain. I think it is all just what your personal preference is. Hope this helps.

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    bedding

    sure thanks but i just swiched to newpaper it make it easier fr me

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    My New Funky Male

    I use Kitchen roll. I find it nicer to look at then newspaper Easy to change and always at hand to clean the boxes.
    Just my humble opinion
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    Newspaper.....easy, accesablie, etc etc.

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    thanks hey this site looks great ~!!

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    The Locust is in the house

    Newspaper would be your cheapest way to go. But I like barks because it gets the humidity perfect and works well. I had to ditch bark for my bp's cause I found bugs in it! No they're on astro turf. It's more appealing then newspaper!

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    yep i know lol hehe my snakes like it too hehe

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    I remember someone on one of my yahoo groups saying they use mulch or something from home depot. They say it works better then any other herp brand substrate and is sooo cheap. I bet if baked it'd make a good substrate. I'm not sure I'd use it, just a thought.

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    We happen to use cypress Mulch (home depot, or a local garden shop)
    Anyhow we found it to be easiest to use and fairly inexpensive (we need to get substrate for 50 or so cages, so that seems to work great for us.
    PS animals in isolation / quarenteen are always kept on either white paper towel or unprinted newspaper (easiest to get a fecal that way)
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