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  1. JUNGLE-JAK

    JUNGLE-JAK Well-Known Member

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    Hey guys this is my first thread so here it goes.
    i got a new BnG jungle and the info on the web doesnt seem right so can someone give me some tips to give it the best start to life.i just need a few pointers on the enclosure. the snake is one foot
    and the tank is three foot.
    any help would be great.
    cheers
    jack.
     
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    what info do you disagree with/feel isn't right? then people can help tell you if it's a myth or not.
     
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    the website said that they need 4% humidity and not to have too many sticks that are too high up
    and the best substrate is desert sand
    and seeing as though its a julaten jungle it doesnt seem right

    sorry
    BnG julaten jungle
     
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    I just got a JCP hatchy aswell and mine loves to sit on her perch :)
     
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    thanks everyone
     
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    best substrate is newspaper not very aesthetic but easy to clean and cheap! my guys (i have 2 jungles) have sticks that go to the roof i have 2 in a 5ft tank,they are not ull grown though
     
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    jako66 feel free to give me a call 0488074566 anytime for help with anything feeding, lights, temps, enclosures. or if oyu wanna swing by for a look at some of mine. also can set you up with a steady supply of rats and mice once your collection grows... it will grow :)
     
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    I seem to find people generally disagree with sand as it can be dangerous if the snake digests it, i personally use Aspen it absorbs heat really well (i don't have a BnG) so correct me if i'm wrong if it'd be wrong to do so for one.
     
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    funny enough most of the jungles i had ate in the branch or swing never on the ground :)
     
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    thanks for the help everyone
     
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