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Re: Appropriate cage sizing question.........


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Posted by PAL on July 23, 2002 at 17:40:16:

In Reply to: Appropriate cage sizing question......... posted by Justin M. on July 23, 2002 at 17:09:31:

: I bought an A. prasina about 4 months ago (I posted below that I lost her but I found her hanging on a very high light fixture this weekend) I initially had a 2ftx1.5ftx 28in high cage. She was REALLY cramped. I moved her into a 1.5x4x3high cage and she is rapidly out growing it. The care sheet post (search archives) on these guys recommends 3x3x6 ft! These are very very active snakes. The 2x2x2 foot cage will only be suitable for a very young one. Finding large cages is very difficult, but don't waste your money on something that will be too small. (I have just ordered a 3x3x5 foot cage and it cost a fortune). The "large" arboreal cages are just too small. good luck




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