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    Well my little kenyan sand boa finally came in and i found out he was quite the climber as these pics will show you.



    Nolan

    Rhacodactylus Ciliatus(2.1.2)
    Uroplatus ebanaui(0.1.0)
    Eublepharis Macularis(0.1.0)
    Chrysemys picta picta(0.1.0)
    Eryx colubrinus(1.0.0)
    Rhacodactylus chahoua (0.0.1)
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    lol sand boa my butt this guy lives at the top of the tank im going to have to get some branches cause he loves to hang off the temp wires and wedge into the top of the screen.
    Nolan

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    and here is my proof lol



    Nolan

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    nice KSB, who did you get it from?

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    i had it special ordered from my local pet shop
    Nolan

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    I think thats because they live their life on Sand.Hense the name Sand boa.So ide sugjest getting some sand in their.It would be alot more likes its natural habitat.And in my opinion it would look better.

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    they do not need sand as a bedding, shredded aspen is fine. many people i know have bred KSBs on aspen, and they like it better than sand. (the breeders that is, i dont know what goes on in the snakes mind. lol) though i am curious as to why there are wires in the cage.
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    the wires you see are from the probs for the thermostat to keep the temp constant, as for the sand question from what i have heard they do fine on aspen an the aspen holds the burrows better. the wires are ok to be in there right, i havent read anything about that being a problem.
    Nolan

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    o and the tank looks a little better now i hide most of the wires.
    Nolan

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    I just say use sand.Cuz i think it looks better.And i always try to provide set ups that are as close to natrual as i can.

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