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    Humidity problems ?

    i had an idea to add a shelf to adrians tank. the way im thinking, it will offer her other places to be, and more of a temperature gradient. what you guys think? waste of time?
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    Mantid strikes :D - Few pix of a meal

    it'd be worth it for a boa
    i notice my BCI is alot more of an explorer than any of the pythons we house here. She seems to enjoy having lots of hides, and a shelf.
    - Jason

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    would it be worth it for when she gets big to? lik 7-9ft?
    ~Jason~

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    HI,
    for my large boa's shelf provide a lot of additional space and the upper shelf is warmer than the under side of the bottom shelf. I do have two addtkional infared panels under the shelf to help warm the first floor in the back.
    My male lives on the first floor my female on the second.
    Doug





    go here if you want to check it out in action.

    http://photo.redtailboas.com/doug01
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    Nice pics Doug. I like the cage a lot; it gives me a lot of ideas for when we build our boa's future cage. I love your parrotfish too!
    -Jen. Back in the hobby after a hiatus!
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