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


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Posted by tj on July 23, 2002 at 18:12:02:

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

Justin I sent you an e-mail , it was kinda long so I figured that would be easier than here.
I forgot to mention, mine are adults, about 4ft.
The the vision was too big for them, well for them
to be comfortable at least.
Good luck


: I'm researching what type of cage/set up I want to acquire in the future for a single Ahaetulla snake. I'm probably going to acquire a larger 3'/4' A. prasina. RL Reptiles is advertising an arboreal cage by Vision Cages for $189 that is suppose to be excellent to use for high humidity-loving snakes such as tree boas and pythons. the dimensions measure at 28"W x 24"D x 24"H. What do you guys think of those spacing measurements??? I prefer to use real plants, real soil and spacious living enclosures for any animals I care for. I know building a cage myself is always cheaper and better....However, I really have no tools to construct a cage right now and I want to know if the arboreal cage advertised would be appropriate given my personal aesthetic desires? All replies are appreciated:) Thank you!





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