tree snake compatibility?

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  1. MonicaDalia

    MonicaDalia New Member

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    I am planning a large, semi-terrestial feature tank for a tree snake or two and was wondering if there are any species of turle/frog/lizard that might be compatible? Unfortunately these plans are still a year or more from being realized but I figured I might as well start looking into it. So any help/ideas would be much appreciated :)
     
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    Frogs and lizards are their main diet:shock: for green tree snakes anyway, so I would probably say the answer is no
     
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    Healesville Sanctuary has a Common Tree Snake in with a Coastal Taipan ...!
     
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    Look at what your snakes eat in the wild and anything on that menu should not be added to the enclosure unless it is a food item. Not if you want the other critters to live long and uneventful lives anyway.
     
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    Frogs and Green tree pythons can be housed together. Frogs and common tree snakes not so much.
     
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    Ok thanks, just checking :)
     
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