uncomfortable/critical temps?!

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  1. Mr.mate

    Mr.mate New Member

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    Hi guys... I've got a couple of options as to where I can house a few different species of python in my house and the best option seems to be in my main games/pool room but it can get stinking hot here in Summer (up to 45degrees) and the room can get pretty hot and humid while we're away or at work so I'm weary about building my enclosures for this room if it's going to get too hot for them.

    Looking at get myself a couple of different pythons (bredli, coastal, olive and bhp) and was wondering what temps would be considered 'uncomfortable' and what temps would be 'critical'.

    Looking at installing an A/C unit or possibly housing them downstairs but would prefer to have them up in our living areas where we can see them on a more regular basis. Cheers
     
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    Get the A/C first then you'll be right,had to do that when I had Boyds in the dining room which is the hottest room in my house.
    Make sure you keep the blinds/curtains closed during the day to keep heat out,maybe get a whirly bird on the roof too.
     

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