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RE: caging question

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Posted by: MegF at Thu May 7 19:05:13 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by MegF ]  
   

I wouldn't consider co-habitating two snake species though. I don't even like co-habitating same species. Unfortunately, I'd think that any amphibian or lizard would be on a chondros snack list if it got hungry. I don't think I would risk it. Sounds like an awesome setup though. I'm going to start slowly experimenting with natural setups in my cages. I have to see how well the cages hold up to moist soil.
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