Hi again, For your consideration, here are some pictures of my new snake's enclosure, a 7-litre Sistema click-clack. The snake is a two-month-old Stimmie named Zephyr. The substrate is a couple of layers of butcher’s paper. The heat mat probe is under the click clack on top of the heat mat. Temperature at the cold end changes depending on the time of day and is between 21-25; at the hot end it hovers between 34 and 35. I'm not sure if that's too hot. I’ve got the whole assembly sitting on tiles. The hides have been a bit of a problem. She used to have a yellow hide made from a Vegemite lid with a hole melted into it. She showed no interest in it whatsoever. She tends to use her toilet roll for sliding through and curling around rather than for hiding. Additionally, her activities have moved the toilet roll, which was supposed to be her hot end hide, to the cooler side. So instead I’ve put scrunched up paper in both back corners and given her the toilet roll as a conduit between them. I’ll see if I can find something better. I’d appreciate your comments, particularly on: The ceramic water bowl, which is about 4.5 centimetres high. Will Zephyr be able to access it for drinking and soaking? I think she will be fine because she’s about 35 centimetres long and I’ve seen her easily gliding along the edge. The lower dowel also gives her level access. But I certainly don’t want her to dehydrate! The holes I had to make to insert the thermometer probes. I’m worried she’ll be able to squeeze her head through, in which case she’d get very stuck. I think the holes are about 7 or 8 mm in diameter. I have them blocked off with Blu-tack to discourage any stubborn escape attempts. Is that a safe and effective solution until her head grows big enough to avoid this threat? The thermometer probe cables. Any chance Zephyr will get tangled in them? The thermometer probes. Any chance she’ll try to eat them, especially if I move them from outside by pulling on the cable? Shedding. Does she need anything else to rub against when she sheds? Would love to hear your thoughts. Thanks!