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    Re: Pat the baby biak green tree python

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    That is a lot of decor for your snake to poop on!

    Watch those plants, they can bring in all sorts of unwanted guests if you picked them up from a store and didn't quarantine them
    I picked up the plants from my local plant nursery so worst case they could have just plant insects on them but i checked them and heavily misted them to wash off any 'junk' on them as well as any chance of spray on insecticide or fertilizer. I talked to the nursery helper and told her these were going into a bio set up and she was really interested and wanted to hear about Pat but assured me, they were safe plants for it and wouldnt pose any harm.

    And yeah i thought about that but you know the funny part is Pat actually goes to the floor to poop and piss. He has done the floor pissing 2 times now and pooping once. He gets really active and then goes to ground, goes into a corner, does business and then back up to the plants/perches. But if he does poop on a plant, its easy enough to just remove it and wipe the leaf clean with water and a paper towel.

    I made sure to make it cleaning friendly. All the plants are on little clay saucers so all i have to do it remove the lowest front perch, then all the plants can come out easily as well as the deli cup of water. Then i can pull out the paper towel substrate, F10SC the floor and put in new paper towels and put everything back. Take me about 15 mins at the most.
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    Re: Pat the baby biak green tree python

    I love this thread. Future goal of mine...


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    Re: Pat the baby biak green tree python

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    I love this thread. Future goal of mine...


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    i agree with you on that one. i LOVE GTPs but they always scared me cause i always heard how feisty they were. they’re practically art though


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    Re: Pat the baby biak green tree python

    Quote Originally Posted by Godzilla78 View Post
    I love this thread. Future goal of mine...


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    Quote Originally Posted by baldegale View Post
    i agree with you on that one. i LOVE GTPs but they always scared me cause i always heard how feisty they were. they’re practically art though


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    Re: Pat the baby biak green tree python

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    thread lurker saying "third."
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    i'm very excited for you, Sauzo!!!
    glad i wasnt the only lurker on this one aahahahah


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    Re: Pat the baby biak green tree python

    Looks fantastic, bud!! Congrats.


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    Re: Pat the baby biak green tree python

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    Well I pulled the trigger on one of the snakes I've always wanted and picked it up today. Meet Pat, the little 6 month old biak.

    Unbeleivably gorgeous Sauzo. These are some of the coolest looking snakes out there. Not only the colors but the way they move on their perches ect... Great choice


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    Officially a bit jealous...beautiful setup, Sauzo!
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    Don't forget sticking a plant in weak bleach solution is safe for most plants so if you do switch to bioactive look up sterilizing plants to get an idea of how to do it. I have done it many times even with aquatic plants (not bleach but similar concept). Sturdy plants like what you have can have their roots rinsed clean and dunked in 10% bleach to 90% water for about 20 minutes to destroy mold, eggs, fungus, etc so it doesn't mess up your bioactive setup. If I can convince my better half to have some live plants in the enclosure, it's what I promised to do (he's an amateur horticulturist so I get an earful about contamination and bugs when I bring it up).
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    Lol well i go through all that setting up to make it all neat and whats Pat do.....sleeps on the back left corner plastic plant all day. He freakin LOVES that plant. He comes out at night or if i tickle him with a Q-Tip. Then he will wander over to another plant top and perch up there until i leave. Then he stealths back over to his favorite plant and curls back up there. Heck the only reason i know he moves is because i find little pisses around the floor of the cage in the mornings usually in a corner. He used perches until i gave him the option of the plastic plants. Then he decided the tops of them were a better perch spot I want a GTP that sits in the open on a perch lol.
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