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    Hello i was wondering what is a good Vision cage size to get or just a good size for a whole life of a BP. thanks

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    a question

    I don't have much experience with Vision cages, but I would say the size of a 50 gallon tank or rubbermaid (or bigger, of course) would last a lifetime for a bp. That's what I keep my adults in (well, 55 gallon), and they seem comfortable in them. Someone else can probably give you info on Vision cages.

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    Um....visions are reale expensive and not totally worth the money IMO. I'd suggest something like a precision or a boaphile. Or even better, a rubbermaid tub.

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    Whatever you decide to go with, the rule of thumb I have heard is 1' of floorspace per foot of snake. For a 4' adult BP, four square feet of cage space. I keep mine in rubbermaids, so the adults don't have quite that much space, but they don't seem too cramped. I get them out to exercise 3-4 times a week.
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