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New Snake Ideas?

Discussion in 'Snakes - General' started by damein1234, Apr 4, 2015.

  1. damein1234

    damein1234 Member

    I have a good chunk of snake and lizard experience, but I'm having a difficult time with this.

    I have a cage, custom built that's:

    It housed my Mountain horned dragon for a VERY long time. He has passed and I would like to put something else in the cage.

    I am familiar with many of the more common snakes (balls, corns, bulls ect) Ive worked with them all. But is there any that would really do great in a cage like this?

    I am really looking for something more display, more uncommon. A snake that you don't see very often.

    Is there any snake that would do well in a 36 tall, 36 long, 24 wide?

    Please don't be hesitant to suggest the more advanced species. This is not something I will be getting tomorrow! I am really just looking for ideas :)
  2. damein1234

    damein1234 Member

    I would also be interested in any lizard suggestions. I have experience with tokays, flying geckos, uros, beardies, mountain horned dragons, leopard geckos, savannah monitors, and fat tails. I am very comfortable working with any and all.
  3. toddnbecka

    toddnbecka Well Established Member

    A carpet python or some type of arboreal snake would work in that size enclosure with a radiant heat panel at the top. Green tree pythons or Amazon tree boas make good display animals, not so much for handling though. If you prefer colubrids a vine snake or similar species would work. They're typically anole eaters, great if you're far enough South to collect them yourself.
  4. Dragoness

    Dragoness Elite Member

    that sounds like a suitable setup for a good variety of arboreal reptiles! You could also get into small populations of tree frogs or dart frogs with something that sized, if you cared to consider amphibians.

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