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Posted by paulstephen on March 15, 2003 at 22:50:32:

I was just wondering if anyone has any experiance with Green tree pythons. I am interested in them, and although i would not be getting one in the near future, i do have the cage my crested geckos were in.... lol. They died from klebseilla and salmonella. Long story. It is 3 feet wide and about 4-4.5 feet tall and 2.5 feet deep. Is this large enough. Websites i have gone to have said it is, but i like to give my herps the largest possible enclousure. I am not a beginner, i own 1.2 leos, 1.0 beardies, 0.0.1 sinaloan milk snakes, o.1 ball pythons, and i am boarding an iggie (8 months so far). On an off note, when i went to breed my leos, the male bit the female, which was expected, but the female bit back, HARD. She was shaking her head and really biting him. I have heard that it is brutal to watch at first, but is that OK? Just wondering if anyone has any experiance breeding them. I already posted on the Leo forum about him biting her tail, and they said it was normal. Sorry for the long post. Thanks for any help.

--Paul


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