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    Re: Reptile basics cages?

    Quote Originally Posted by Zuri Indigo View Post
    I wish I would had went with a 3x2x1 I got a 4x2x15in and space wize Iím regretting it
    Aw it'll make a cool big display enclosure though! Plus, even if you move your bp into another enclosure eventually, you always have that lying around for a larger snake.

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