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    Here's Monty during his daily "climbing-hour"!









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    Are those real plants? If they're fake they look amazingly real in the closeups lol.

    Anyone know of some live plants u can place in tanks that are not poisonous to snakes?
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    Very nice pics, Naara! You should enter at least one of them in the BPOM contest. 8)
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    They are very fake Chris!
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    Great pics Naara!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andariel
    Are those real plants? If they're fake they look amazingly real in the closeups lol.

    Anyone know of some live plants u can place in tanks that are not poisonous to snakes?
    Sure, but not with ball pythons....since they are heavy bodied, any live plants would be quickly demolished. I have grown Pothos plants hydroponically with some some of my high-humidity herps.

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    Beautiful pics! And a very cute snake!


    What are you using as substrate? That looks nice. And I love how you have the plants arranged. How do you keep them in place without them getting torn down by his climbing around?
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    Nice pictures you got there Naara. I too have a fake plant in Zeus's enclosure. And when goes on his evening outtings, he loves to squash the leaves down to where I can't see in his hidebox, and where i can't see how his humdiity is doing. So, every morning, that he has been climbing at night, i have to reach in and straighten the leaves back out just so he can do it all over again that folowing night. oh the things we do for our beloved pets.
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    Looks like Monty grew a bit, how big is he now? Awsome pics!

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    Great pics
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