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User: caliherper (see all of caliherper's photos)
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Date: 09/27/04
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Lia

Registered: 04/2004
Photos Uplaoded: 346
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I posted before on your snakes. Great looking snake and your set ups are great to.
I prefer a large natural looking tank set up to not that sweater box set up.
Your wood is it mopani wood(African grapevine) and what type substrate do you use?
I find that all kings/milks love to climb to bad so many dont use any wood,etc in their tanks.
Lia
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09-27-2004 01:41PM View Lia's Profile View Lia's Gallery  

caliherper

Registered: 07/2004
Location: California
Photos Uplaoded: 54
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Hi Lia, you're so sweet :)
I'm not sure what type of wood it is, I paid about 20 bucks for it at Petsmart. I'm finding that most snakes do like to climb! It's fun to watch them...so I try to give them "something" to climb on. The substrate is called "desert blend". Some people say that it's too dry for snakes...but my snakes do well in it and it's very easy to see (and scoop) their droppings. Take care...
09-27-2004 04:17PM View caliherper's Profile View caliherper's Gallery  

Lia

Registered: 04/2004
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Thanks. I have seen desert blend for sale online from the place I buy from going to try it out. It looks great.
Lia
09-27-2004 04:44PM View Lia's Profile View Lia's Gallery  

dc516

Registered: 06/2004
Location: San Diego
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Snakes: Calking - Jalapeno BP - Monty http://www.geocities.com/dchaen516/

I use desert litter also, my king has been fine on it, every shed has been 1 piece, and its so easy to clean, looks great too, i like ur set up, looks simular to mine
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caliherper

Registered: 07/2004
Location: California
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Thanks!
10-01-2004 03:53PM View caliherper's Profile View caliherper's Gallery