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    Velcro can be attached with either hot glue, or silicone (if you have the time to let it dry).

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    Re: This dude is crazy.

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    I’ve found mine like this at night before. She’s too fat to do it now though!


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    I like that pic. Lol

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    Re: This dude is crazy.

    Temporary housing....
    My new baby corn snake which probably doesn't weigh but 20gr (I need a digital scale) is temporarily in this large tote until I can get the aquarium I want for her. The unsightly box on top, weighing probably about 3 lbs, is to keep it weighted down. I act as if there's an anaconda in there but I'm that way because I'm excessive when it comes to making sure there are no escapes.
    What is something not so unsightly that others use on top of totes? I always like things that are very aesthetically pleasing for me and the snakes

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    Books...remember those? lol....

    The only thing I've ever used similar plastic containers for is to hibernate snakes in, & I obsessively used binder clips all around.

    When you just weigh down the lid in the center, plastic lids often have enough give that a persistent snake can push up an edge
    somewhere...
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    Re: This dude is crazy.

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    Books...remember those? lol....
    Ahhhh yes..... the things with words and pages

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    Re: This dude is crazy.

    without fail my little girl will sling herself around the suction cup that fixes a fake plant on the side of her enclosure... I always find it knocked down. Eventually I might just leave it out and replace it with a ledge that's sturdy so if she wants to climb she won't knock anything down bahaha
    o { I do admire your courage. I think I'll eat your heart. } o

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    Re: This dude is crazy.

    Quote Originally Posted by wolftrap View Post
    without fail my little girl will sling herself around the suction cup that fixes a fake plant on the side of her enclosure... I always find it knocked down. Eventually I might just leave it out and replace it with a ledge that's sturdy so if she wants to climb she won't knock anything down bahaha
    Yea mine does the suction cup plant hang too. He has not knocked it down yet though

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    This dude is crazy.

    Mine always did that until I took it off because I was afraid it would fall and stick on him.




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    I'm loving all the creative climber snakes in this thread Looks like they really will use any kind of enrichment they can find in their enclosures.

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