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RE: Humidity problems

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Posted by: chrish at Mon Aug 12 18:35:06 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by chrish ]  
   

I don't think humidity is a big deal in sandboa cages as long as the cages aren't wet. Particular for species like Kenyans that live in areas that occasionally receive heavy rainfall.

Don't worry about it. 50% is fine. I kept and bred colubrinus in areas that had humidities higher than 50% most of the year.
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Chris Harrison
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