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    Re: Tub Tips?

    Quote Originally Posted by 55fingers View Post
    ^ I am also switching because I will be going on vacation this year and I want the care for my BP to be as easy and straightforward as possible for whoever is watching him. I won't be able to get someone to come mist the tank 3x a day.

    I'd love to get a PVC enclosure someday, but my BP is only a pastel and I think he's beautiful but I'd save the expensive enclosures for my dream snake like a clown BP or carpet python.
    Sorry .. there's no need to defend your decision !!

    It's just something I feel so strongly about ..


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    I siliconed some 1/2" foam insulation to the back and sides of my tub to keep the temp up. I use a CHE pointed at the tub to take care of ambient temps. You can see it a bit in these pics.




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