Dendroboard banner

1 - 8 of 8 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
85 Posts
Yea....poor snake....
It would be much better to be house temporally in a small plastic deli cup with shredded paper than something than can actually move around in...


:)
I think the poster meant the fact that it was in a semi-aquatic set-up when it really isn't supposed to be. I could be wrong as I don't know what kind of snake it is, but I have never seen a snake tank that's semi-aquatic, ever.

They look like cool tanks!
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
3,346 Posts
I think the poster meant the fact that it was in a semi-aquatic set-up when it really isn't supposed to be. I could be wrong as I don't know what kind of snake it is, but I have never seen asnake tank that's semi-aquatic, ever.

They look like cool tanks!
Looks like some species of water snake to me. In which case it probably loves the tank;)


Back to the topic at hand I am actually using one of these tanks currently to house a group of blushing mantellas. The only flaw in the design in my opinion is the fact that it uses a standard 20 gallon long screen top and there are some gapsat the top which fruit flies and possibly even smaller thumnails can escape through. Other than that it's a nice tank and a couple of weeks back a 29 Gallon equivalent(30" by 12" by 16") could be had for $100 at Petsmart.
 
1 - 8 of 8 Posts
Top