Alright, so, first things first. We took Finny back to the rescue, which seems like a much better place for her than here. She'll also be used as an educational animal and won't be adopted out again. She's in good hands. c: Second, the very-nice owner suggested a ball python that was at the rescue for us, as I mentioned I wanted to hold one. He's a male Lesser Platinum named Moses, and he's friendly and adorable. Even better, they would let us take him and his tank for free (they felt bad that we had to bring Finny back to rescue and that she was having problems)! Now I'll get to the point: The enclosure they have him living in is a 2-foot long x 1.5-foot wide Exo Terra. His tank seems a little small to me, but maybe that's because I have Kellogg in a 3-foot long enclosure. So is Moses' enclosure large enough for him his whole life? Moses is only about 3 feet long and if I remember correctly, is an adult. I assume it would be because breeders have some of their snakes living in small tubs their whole lives, but what do you think?