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RE: How climby are texas rats as adults?

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Posted by: tbrock at Sat Feb 18 12:04:35 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by tbrock ]  
   

Sounds like a good plan to me, but I've never used RHP's before so I don't have any opinion of them. If it was in my snake room, I would probably use heat tape on the outside of the cage. I might use a small piece low on the side and one near the top on the same side - or just have a vertical run of tape up the side or back near a corner. I do this with my cage stack - run a section of heat tape up the side (of all of the cages), like with a tub rack. This way, the snake can choose to warm up at any level of the cage.
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Southwestern Center for Herpetological Research


   

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