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You keep your ball python outdoors??


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Posted by ProtaZoey on May 07, 2003 at 19:35:19:

In Reply to: You keep your ball python outdoors?? posted by jfmoore on May 07, 2003 at 00:43:26:

He's not OUTdoors. He is on my back porch. My friend has his 3' burmese out there too.

Zoe


:How do you protect from the elements? Maintain temperatures? Protect from predators?

:Thanks,
:Joan

:
::Walnut shell substrate. Zan is kept outdoors, so keeps up humidity well in FL. Humidity is usually always above 50% in there at all times, even in the midday when the temps are at their highest. It's hard to get a good pic when he keeps moving:)

::
:::Hey girl, I am glad you are concerned, I can't tell from that pic, if you can take a better pic that would help, but it could definitly be scale rot... I hope not. What do you use for substrate, and how do you keep up the humidity?

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