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    My issue with arboreal or semi arboreal is I plan on using tubs and the ones I bought arent tall enough.
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    Re: Well Guys things have changed.

    Quote Originally Posted by sur3fir3 View Post
    My issue with arboreal or semi arboreal is I plan on using tubs and the ones I bought arent tall enough.
    Hoggies, kings & milk snakes would be better choices then...they're terrestrial types. You mentioned corns I think? they are climbers & less suited to tubs, IMO.
    Rosy boas are more ground-dwelling too & don't get bigger than about 40" (females are bigger than the males).
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    Re: Well Guys things have changed.

    I may change my mind yet again and go with balls. It's not that I don't like balls, it's just that they are soooooooo popular. Everyone has a ball python. I like to stick with species that aren't kept by everyone.

    The thing is I want to use tubs. I've done tanks, and wood enclosures, and they are a pain to keep clean. At least with the tub its light enough to hose it down, then wipe with disinfectant. Not only that, but I like that people cant really see into them.

    Plus the space they save is incredible. I've also been thinking about keeping some ksb.

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    Re: Well Guys things have changed.

    Quote Originally Posted by sur3fir3 View Post
    ...Everyone has a ball python...
    Not me! (but I've had some in the past, for full disclosure)

    And the name of this forum might have something to do with it?
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