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    Garters go arboreal

    Just some photos of my erythristic flame eastern and regular plains garter snakes pretending to be tree boas.
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    Re: Garters go arboreal

    Very nice.
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    Re: Garters go arboreal

    Quote Originally Posted by guidofatherof5 View Post
    Very nice.
    Thank you!

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    Re: Garters go arboreal

    Must be a bitch to keep that set-up clean.

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    Re: Garters go arboreal

    Quote Originally Posted by Manitou View Post
    Must be a bitch to keep that set-up clean.
    Not at all. It’s bioactive. Every now and then I have to pick out a huge poop but most of the time the clean up crew takes care of it. It doesn’t smell bad when they poop, which is a huge relief. I had the big red one in a paper towel-lined hospital tank for a few months and it smelled awful every time she pooped.

    They rarely poop on the decorations, and if they do I just hose it down with a water sprayer.

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