I'm constructing my snake's enclosure of plywood and sheet metal (which will all be securely covered by either cement-coated styrofoam to look like rock or lizard liner on the bottom.)
The front of it is plexiglass, so i can see him.
Dimensions are 33"x19"x16" (LxWxD)
How much ventilation am I going to need do you guys think? Frank is approx 2.5' long.
I was planning on at least using a jigsaw to put six "slits" in the plexiglass door 25" long and about 1/8th to 1/4th of an inch wide. Is this enough? Options for more ventilation are to either put more holes in the door or to put some holes in the back as well for better airflow. I need to decide this now before I cement the styrofoam - harder to drill holes in cement!