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RE: Newborn Rubber Boa

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Posted by: miloradovich at Thu Oct 6 20:31:47 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by miloradovich ]  
   

Chris,
With this particular female I just kept her at room temp, about 72. She had a large water bowl in with her and a small rubbermaid container full of damp moss, this is where she spent the majority of her time. The female that gave birth in 2003 had a similiar set up with the exception that she had a small heat pad at one end of the tank. She had four babies and no stills so I assumed that the heat was benificial over just the room temp set up that I had this year even though she spent very little time on it. (That is why I didn't use a heat pad this time) I am not really sure though as these are my only breedings of rubbers so I am pretty much an amatuer and I consider those more luck than anything.


   

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