This monthly herp show is getting to be dangerous! Two more snakes followed me home (one of which was an early birthday gift from hubs) Looking forward to getting them through quarantine. A Red-Tailed Green Rat Snake - Gonyosoma oxycephalum (nothing like North American rat snakes, really) Gorgeous animal, it was love at first sight. Red Tailed Green Rat Snake | Flickr - Photo Sharing! And a Malagasy Tree Snake - Stenophis betsileanus - also beautiful, and all eyeball. Hubs caught me drooling, and surprised me with an early birthday gift. Malagasy Tree Snake | Flickr - Photo Sharing! I can find astonishingly little information about the Malagasy Tree Snake, so much of it's care will be based on it's native habitats (forests of Madagascar), and tweaking it accordingly. Once they are both through quarantine, I will be setting them up in appropriate habitats. For the green rat snake, it will be a humid, arboreal enclosure. For the Tree Snake, it will be a game of trial and error to see what kind of layout it will utilize best (upright vs horizontal, though I suspect the former), and once I have some parameters to work with, I will build or purchase something suitable.