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Re: Bubble blowing snake


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Posted by vixen on April 12, 2003 at 01:43:01:

In Reply to: Re: Bubble blowing snake posted by blissguy123 on April 06, 2003 at 16:06:35:

Good Luck to you and your snake. Is it improving? I recommend a good vet..if it is not improving. RI is a killer.

:The snkae is a ball python. It currently lives in a 24 by 12 enclosure with newspaper as the current substrate. He(Oz)has a tupper-ware container for a water dish that is 5in. by 5 in. His daily temperature used to be around 85 in the warm end and 78 in the cool end, but once I saw the bubbles, I didn't know if it was an RI so i increased the temp. about 7 degrees. His hide box is a shoe box. normally his humidity is kept at 40 to 50 percent.

:::Thanks for the info. but along with increasing the temp. for a RI, should the humidity be increased too?

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