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RE: Thanks for Reply, Mark #3

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Posted by: markg at Mon Nov 2 12:34:44 2015  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by markg ]  
   

I appreciate the dialogue, Ameron. You were right - I try to spread info that I think is beneficial for the animals. Me coming across as a know-it-all is an unfortunate side-effect. No hard feelings I hope!

I guess the best approach is to look at things from the perspective of the animal. Rosies live in habitats where they conserve water by preventing evaporation and usually avoiding conditions of high evaporation rate. Coupled with the ability to warm up without drying out too quickly. All good stuff for them. As long as we provide them with the ability to do that, then they are good.

So if my cages are different than yours, all fine if the snakes can do what they need to do. Good discussion.

I still disagree with your active snake = more happy. Agree to disagree


   

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