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RE: milk snake habitat

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Posted by: RinL at Sun Dec 16 08:48:16 2018  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by RinL ]  
   

your temps seem fine. if the room is not too cold its fine if the night temps drop. the partial sheds are a sign that the humidity is too low. you can deal with this in several ways. put some damp spaghnum moss in her hide. you can also cover part of the top of her cage (if she is in an aquarium with a screen top. the air is drier in winter). you could also spray the substrate when she is in a shed cycle. the overhead lights will dry out the air. i have always just used an under tank heater with no tank lights. just the room light on a 12 on 12 off cycle.


   

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