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Posted by Richard Mastenbroek on March 26, 2002 at 02:26:17:
In Reply to: Re: Obituary - Pailsus (1998-2002) Welcome home Pseudechis!!! posted by Scott Eipper on March 25, 2002 at 18:03:14:
The thing with those kingbrowns is not the glass of the enclosure but the complete enclosure, they are always digging, rubbing there nose to every object in there enclosure it doesn't matter what ir is a water bowl a stone a tree branch or just the corners of the enclosure, these things always want to escape and dig under things, there is pretty much nothing to do about it.
But thanks for the advise,
With Best Regards,
Richard Mastenbroek (Mr Taipan)
: This is a tad off topic but why is it that most of the snakes (I assume are yours) that you take photos of have a problem with rostral rubbing?
: Maybe put some newspaper on the lower half of the glass? doors (so it appears solid) and you will tend not to get that prob.