Discussion in 'Australian Snakes' started by dragonlover1, Jun 10, 2017.
Finally finished the big house for our 7'coastal,she moved in today and looks happy with the decor,
Wow that's awesome!!!! I needs me a few tanks like that!!!
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Nice going dl. I think your joint has become a house for reptiles with a few humans scattered about!
there are certainly more reptiles than humans,the bipeds have to move out to make room haha
Sounds like our place, Rick.
Nice job on the new enclosure btw.
It's all about the reptile's state of happiness and comfort !
We want all our animals to feel like they are at home and not stuck in a little box
Stuck in boxes is what we do Rick. It really doesn't matter what size.
As long as you do it right.
sure they're in boxes but we can and should make the boxes look and feel better.Obviously the best thing is for them to be roaming in the wild ,but that involves dangers that we can avoid with our personal interaction so we can provide a "better life "
Nice job on the new Coastal house dragonlover1. Can you give some details on the size and specs of the "new home"
Is that a live snake or just a decor? I am really curios to know, because I know your wife will be scared living in that house if it's a live snake
Uh... you may have noticed we aren't what you'd call ophiophobic....
sorry Rick only just saw your post; 4x4x2' melamine built by Kirk Redman enclosures, he also built our 5 storey Tiliqua Tower.
it's a live snake for sure and the wife ran away years ago
Are there any pics of the Tiliqua Tower?
check out my crackbook site,, razz's reptiles
nice snake and enclosure very nice
Thanks mate. Great page!
thanks mate, my son's design and some of my labour
Is your son an architect or interior designer? That's a good skill to put in use. What a talent!
no ,he just laid out the decor as he saw fit.He is the same as me in he thinks all reptile enclosures should reflect their home environment.We like to make all our reptiles feel at home.