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    Re: My ball python won t eat - My BP is stressed - hatchling 101

    Does the hide go on the warm side or the cool side? Is it ideal to have two identical hides in a tub (although it probably won't fit)?

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    Re: My ball python won t eat - My BP is stressed - hatchling 101

    Quote Originally Posted by DPlant View Post
    Does the hide go on the warm side or the cool side? Is it ideal to have two identical hides in a tub (although it probably won't fit)?
    a 6 inch plastic flower pot saucer will fit in a 6 quart tub, and is typically placed on the warm side.

    If not a 6 inch plastic flower pot saucer, a frozen dinner individual lazania plastic tray will do as well
    Last edited by Deborah; 12-03-2018 at 02:02 PM.

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    Re: My ball python won t eat - My BP is stressed - hatchling 101

    Quote Originally Posted by DPlant View Post
    Does the hide go on the warm side or the cool side? Is it ideal to have two identical hides in a tub (although it probably won't fit)?
    I use two pangea hides. They fit wonderfully and have great sizes. I did not have much luck with my snakes thermoregulating good with one hide so I used two of these hides.

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