How much ventilation for 4 ft?

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  1. Melmy

    Melmy Not so new Member

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    For a woma - enclosure is wood with glass front. 120x 60x 60. Currently only has two 40mm round vents and one 165 x 85mm rectangular vent - should I add another rectangular? Or more than one?


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    Anyone?


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    Bl69aze Very Well-Known Member

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    2 holes should be fine if you keep them up to the top

    you dont want too much ventilation
     
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    Sdaji Almost Legendary

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    It's difficult to give a short answer, there are many variables, but almost certainly that amount is plenty. Generally you'd actually get away with far less in an enclosure that size. Definitely sounds fine.
     
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    Thank you! I should have added a picture - the round ones are down the bottom. But therectangular one is actually a bit bigger than i put in my OP.
    I’m replacing the round vents and fixing the back wall so there’s no tape- bubba snake is still tiny and in a separate tank IMG_6832.jpg

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