Rough-scaled python enclosures

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  1. Mr.James

    Mr.James Very Well-Known Member

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    Here are some photos of my enclosures. Post some photos!
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    They look good. I will have to set up a bigger enclosure for my RSP. Still small enough to keep in a tub right now though. Are those going to be ok including adult size RSP?
     
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    So nice and Streamline! Very pretty!
     
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    Very nice mate... What's the dimension on those?
     
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    Looks nice!
     
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    They are 900x600x600 & 600x450x900 (LxDxH).

    The large one houses an adult female and the tall slightly smaller one houses the male. I plan to introduce the male to the female this year & see how we go..

    Eventually i plan to build a nice display for them. Or get Mr.Stein to build me one ;)
     
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    Very nice. Where did you get the black tracks for glass from?
     
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    Any others with enclosure pics?
     
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    Great enclosures and snake's James well done, looking great, the black track looks rely good.
     
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    Few update pics of my new enclosure I recently setup. 3ft long x 2ft high x 2ft deep. ProHerp enclosure with a ProHerp heat panel. Very happy with the setup so far.
     

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    Sleek Mr.James!
    Very nice Grunter, I like, I like.
    I love black enclosures, SO much better than white.
    Nice snakes and branches and stuff.
    RSP's have got to be near on my favourite python.
    I am still setting up my enclosure for Aphrodite, she's still tubbing it at the moment, growing out of it fast though!
     
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    Here are my current ones though the RSP's are about to get an upgraded into some Stein Enclosure this season when i get back.
    The best species out there behind the woma's :)
     

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