hey guys im getting an albino darwin carpet python soon and i just wanna check up and make sure of somethings cause ive used a few different websites and i wrote it all down - im getting keeping and breeding australian pythons soon from a petstore i know but yeah i wont have the book for a few days still): haha please note when i write or ive changed the sentence meaning more then one website was used and i wanna know what sounds more like what an albino would like
tempreture - 28-30.5oC or 32-35oC in the hot end and 24-27oC
night time tempreture - no lower then 22oC or no lower then 21oC
Diet - 1 pinky mouse a week for a hatchy, 1 weaner mouse/normal mouse/ large pinkie a week for yearling, 1 adult rat(if the snakes large maybe a rabbit) per week
Humidity - 45-50% is good, anything else and you will have to clean all the time so its best to keep them a little bit more dry then wet, when humidity dips below the 45% mark lightly list the cage/tank and the hunidity will spike to 70% or so before dropping to a more reasonable level, 70-80% humidity is too high for more then 6-12 hours at a time, dont have constant humidity - create a humidity cylce!!
is that info correct or should i just wait to get 'keeping and breeding australian pythons' to find out?
Really? So you don't know this person at all?? I think i would get onto department of sustainability and environments with a quick phonecall (you can normally get through easily)... Have you even kept snakes before? Is your setup adequate?no paperwork. NEVER been in this situation before.... HELP!!!