I am going to be building an enclosure soon, but I want to plan ahead. I'm thinking of building the enclosure large enough that it can be split down the middle with a divider. Keep the male on one side, and the female on the other. This way, when its time to breed, just remove the divider. I'm sure I'm not the first person to think of this. My question is, can you house opposite sex (Amazon Tree Boas) next to each other permanently, and still have success when breeding? Or do they need to be kept apart, like in different rooms, then introduced to each other? I'm sure I'm going to throw a bunch of money into this enclosure, and I'm certain it will be more cost effective to build one really big one with a divider, than to build two separate ones. I just don't want them to be too familiar with each other, due to being housed so close, when it comes time to breed. Thank you to anyone who has an opinion.