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Posted by gekkoda on February 13, 2003 at 17:59:17:

Hi, I am a college student looking for a "pet" to have in my dorm. Since we can not have rodents I am looking into some kind of boid. I am not an amature just looking for something cool to show my friends, I have kept many many herps in the past, includeing Ball Pythons, Kings, Corns, Chameleons etc. I have never had an arboreal snake however. What can the vast wisdom of the GTP forum tell me about adaquate (not to large, I am in the dorm) caging, atmosphere within the cage, do they need an acute humidity level? I'm not looking for any special specimens like "high" this or that, just a normal natural looking one. Any other tib bits of knowledge and I will be grateful. Thanks

Tyler


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