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    I can't seem to remember where I saw the picture many months ago, so I'm trying to search everywhere...

    I'm looking for pictures of natural-isk type enclosures for ball pythons. I just got a bigger tank from the petco $1 pet 1 gallon sale that started up again, and I want to set it up a lot nicer than just aspen and a few decor pieces. I am looking for any ideas at all.

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    I guess I'll throw you a picture since no one else has!

    This was my enclosure. It's very basic, just the essential needs - two hides, one water bowl, decorations.

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    Id post a pic of mine but its not natural at all. A tip for your towel over top... if you use aluminum foil instead...works A LOT better. Atleast from my experiance. (you can tear some holes for air transfer) I just leave were my light goes open . Works great for humidity if you are having any trouble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeti2k3 View Post
    Id post a pic of mine but its not natural at all. A tip for your towel over top... if you use aluminum foil instead...works A LOT better. Atleast from my experiance. (you can tear some holes for air transfer) I just leave were my light goes open . Works great for humidity if you are having any trouble.
    I actually had foil under that, it wasn't holding up enough. I switched her to a tub soon after that, I was misting like 3 times a day... It's used for my Crestie now
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    haha Sweet. Yeah tubs are the way to go for snakes. Soooo much easier with humidity

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeti2k3 View Post
    haha Sweet. Yeah tubs are the way to go for snakes. Soooo much easier with humidity
    I keep trying to tell my friend that and he's convinced that tub raised snakes are more skittish and aggressive than glass raised ones. He'd vather just battle his humidity problems.

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    Heres some pics of my guys cage. The hide is an ABS hide and I love it for ball pythons. I probly have 10 or so left over from when I kept balls.
    http://iherp.com/Public/Animals/Anim...AnimalID=24401

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    Nice normal. And nice setup too.
    I dont have any pics of my setup but heres a pic of my pastel haha.(totally of topic lol)

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeti2k3 View Post
    Nice normal. And nice setup too.
    I dont have any pics of my setup but heres a pic of my pastel haha.(totally of topic lol)
    Ossy was my fav ball. He was 1700 grams when I let him go. I regret not hanging onto him.

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    Here's my new setup... cage is by showcasecages.com

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