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Let's see your snake room!

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Posted by: Dniles at Sat Nov 3 07:14:47 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Dniles ]  
   

I am interested to see how everyone maintains their collection. I recently moved my collection from a spare bedroom down into the basement since I outgrew the spare room and my wife wanted the space for her hobbies!

I have my collection seperated into two rooms: a hot room for my small collection of boas and hatchlings/yearlings that I want to keep feeding during the winter and then my colubrid room where I maintain the adult and subadult colubrids all year long.

Here is the colubrid room. First is a shot of the 15qt and 32 qt racks where most of the NA milks are



Here is the large colubrid racks where I keep my Cosalas, getula and lodingi (yes I have black pine snakes!)



At the edge of the colubrid room is a small mouse colony in an old snake rack that I converted to a mouse rack, a sink and a freezer. The sink was the best addition to the snake room. So convenient.



Here is the hot room and a wall of cages where I keep some boas



And the other side of the room where the hatchings and yearlings are. Oh and there is also a 10 gallon aquarium with an anole and skink. they are dual purpose: cool pets and they are great to scent with!!



I hope you enjoyed. I look forward to seeing what your set ups look like.

Dave



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