T blondie colony! lol
I had awesome luck at my Walmart today. I found a VERY large styrilite container for only $8. I have like 4 types of bedding, plenty of dishes, and enough hides to fill the thing. I drilled holes in the lid and above the top of the container. they are perfect sized for anything. what should I get. My ideas are... Assassin bug colony,ball python, cockroaches, or maybe some other kinds of snakes. what would you do?
T blondie colony! lol
Whats the exact size of the container? Like length, height, width.
Something alive !! ha . Post a pic with something for size reference . Sounds like you want a snake to me, I suggest a king snake for now dot dot dot.
Umm assuming you're referring to a large bin type container that usually are used to house roaches; personally I would go for Acanthoscurria brocklhursti, or leopard geckos .
I will consume you.
Le container compared to purell bottle thingy. its not the biggest container. it is big enough for like a snake or a assassin bug colony i think though. the tank on the right is my corn snakes :P
I already have a baby corn and dont want another one unless for breeding. maybe a hog nose or a sand boa though. HMMMMMMMM..... decisions decisions
I'd put a rosy boa in that.
ᄽ‥ᄿ I'm a spider lover in an arachnophobe's body. ᄽ‥ᄿ
I love my hogs.. and garters are great as well. I'd go with assassin bug colony or roaches, lol.
Send me your Cyriocosmus!
does anybody know anything about gaboon vipers? i have wanted one for awhile now and was wondering if this cage was good for like a younger gaboon viper
I think a sand boa, ball python, or rosy boa would be great.
Have you owned any snakes previously, let alone a venomous species? Honest question. If you've never kept a snake before, a Gaboon viper would be a very bad first choice.
You have many great options to choose from. In addition to the species others have suggested, I'll throw out African house snakes. They're very hardy and are prolific breeders, if that interests you.
Assassin bug colony all the way
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