Darwin Carpet Python humidity

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CjLeveille

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Hi everyone,
I just have a question relating to how people keep a good humidity level. I have a Darwin carpet python in a larger enclosure about 1.2 high and 1m wide about .4 deep.
I did have a water bowel plus a water fountain which kept things good but re thought the waterfall after reading about the cons and just theft it could easily become more of a hazard with safety or a bacteria pool. After removing it I added a couple more water bowels tk try keep it at a good level but im struggling. Any other way keep humidity at good levels other misting manually a couple times a day? I sprayed a must once and it didn't last too long. Any advice appreciated
 
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pyhonead

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other than daily misting i believe you could buy a a reptile humidifier for the enclosure. never usd one ut it sounds usefull. maybe try that and lemme know if it works...or not don't have to just a suggestion.
 

Ramsayi

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Don't worry about humidity unless they are having bad sloughs.
When they go into a shed cycle you can add a water bowl near the heat source.
 

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