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Snake options for a 4x2x2

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Posted by: ttreptile1 at Tue Nov 25 10:30:34 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by ttreptile1 ]  
   

My apologies if this comes across as a stupid question. I have been away from the herp hobby for an extended period of time due to health issues. I have an extensive knowledge of many herps and have kept pretty much everything in the past. I also successfully bred pythons (jungle carpets & Irian Jaya) and Indigos. I see not much has changed except for the 8 billion variants of ball pythons, lol. Anyway, back to my question.

I am wading back into the hobby along with my teen son. We have a specific area in the newly finished basement that accommodates two side by side 42"x2'x2' cages for breeding. See attached pic. My original idea was to keep a breeding pair of Woma. However now I am rethinking that the cage sizes will not be sufficient.

There will be a sliding breeder door between cages for that time of year. What other snakes could occupy those cages as both pets and a breeding project. I am of the mindset quality over quantity which led me to Womas. I would also like something that would be easy(r) to sell the babies. As a side note I already have an incubator and juvenile tub rack in storage.

Suggestions?


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Tim

1.1 Eastern Indigos
1.1 Leucistic Southern Pines
0.1 Mexican Black Kingsnake
1.0 Bearded Dragon


   

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