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RE: Housing ATB together?

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Posted by: Texastrash at Fri Jun 22 00:14:52 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Texastrash ]  
   

Thanks, this all seems very obvious but I thank you for pointing it out regardless. I intend to build a four foot tall by three-four foot wide by two foot deep vertically oriented enclosure. It would be easy for me to include a divider to separate such a cage into two halves. I would make it so the divider could simply be removed for one animal or possible mating. Right now I am not dead set on this species. I like the animal and the care requirements are well within my means but I'm weighing other options as well. If what I am speaking of building does not suite the ATB I need to know. Other snakes I'm considering are the mangrove snake, and the eyelash viper. I have kept many venomous in the past but I(my girlfriend) would prefer I stay with a constrictor.


   

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