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Posted by Rob Carmichael on May 12, 2003 at 12:36:53:
In Reply to: Burmese questions asked 1000 time posted by Siberiankhatru on May 12, 2003 at 09:45:53:
An 8' x 3' will handle most burms, however, our large 18-+ burms are not going in 10' x 4' Habitat System cages complete with radiant heat panels, misters, full spectrum lights, the works. I am a strong proponent for feeding the snakes inside their own cages; this is by far and away the safest and most responsible way to feed large contsrictors. You can get lots of great info on the burm forum as well.
: I'm getting a female (normal) from Bob Clark in about a month. I've been researching for about 3 months now and hope I'm getting educated enough. Currently my collection consist of 1.1 Peruvian Redtails and 1 bci.
: I guess caging size would be a question, I've read many varying opinions. Will a 8X3 be adequate for an adult female? is Neodeasha still in business, my current boa cages are Visions.
: Just looking for anymore info I can get before she gets here, I want to be prepared.
: I noticed everyone seems to feed in their enclosure, my boas eat in a separate container. Obviously you don't want a huge snake still in feed mode when you think its time to put her back.
: I guess any other things you could think of would be greatly appreciated. Thanks everyone.