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Posted by electricbluescat on May 04, 2003 at 12:22:41:
In Reply to: i'm not brandon, but i heard 20 gallon long for one adult np posted by froggystyle34 on May 04, 2003 at 07:01:38:
:i keep mine in a 75 gallon but you can go with a 30 or 40 breeder that would be better, i think cramming a 2 foot snake in a 30 inch long aquarium is cruel
How long is your kingsnake? is it an eastern king if i have to i will move out of my room for the snakes and make it the "snake room" i really want to breed them after they mature
i have never bred any snakes but have had hermit crabs to lay eggs, so i figure if i an get crabs to breed then snakes shouldnt be a problem. i had no salt water tank when the crab laid her eggs. so the crabs eggs did not hatch. and whats funny is that i was not even trying to breed the hermit crabs.
guess mother nature always finds a way. i dont have any california kingsnakes right now but i plan to get 4 from a private breeder in august. do you think a rack system maybe better off for me?