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Posted by oldherper on May 10, 2003 at 14:07:45:
In Reply to: right form for my questions :terrarium posted by reptile16hunter on May 10, 2003 at 11:02:40:
at least, not if you want to keep it. Even if the Kingsnake doesn't eat the other animal, most other species of reptiles will be unduly stressed by being in the cage with a Kingsnake. The possibilities for Terrarium design are literaly limitless as are the choices of animals to keep. It would be impossible to cover this subject from that broad a perspective in this forum, at least in a single thread, although every aspect has probably been covered already in the forum in different threads. I would suggest finding an animal that strikes your fancy first, then doing some research into it's natural habitat and requirements, as well as things like compatible species, then design your terrarium around the animals.
::im thinking of seting up a terrarium
::my dad had one but every thing kept dieing cause hes and idiot and didnt listen to me about mixing animals,but i was wondering if any one knew of speacies that could be mixed with out fighting?and if any one had any advice as far as the set up because i dont want to spend alot of money and not have a beautiful set up that dosent last.
::i know its not a good idea mixing speacies but i read on a post somewhere here on kingsnake that if you consider where the speacies are from n if they are natural enimies and such.