KnightMiner branches are readily available, but make sure it’s solid( no wood rot etc) I boil mine( to kill anything living in it) for a couple of hrs let it dry spray it down with F10, leave it for 5 or 10 minutes give it a rinse, let it dry again & ur good to go. Probably wouldn’t use anything sappy or strong smellingNot really a newbie, my Spotted has been with me for 9 years now, but since I'm about to add a new animal (a Centralian) to my collection, as soon as my new license card arrives *grumbles and mutters and swears at Australia Post*, have a few things I'm not sure of and figure it can't hurt to ask of people with more experience.
In terms of lighting; Fluro tube, fluro bulb or LEDs?
Climbing; dowelling or branches? If the latter what's a good source?
'Keeping and breeding Australian pythons edited by Mike Swan' is a great book as it covers the basic care of pretty much all Australian pythons. It's full of great info and I highly recommend itHi,
definitely a newbie here. I'm looking at buying a Carpet jungle python. But obviously I want to do some research before I jump into anything. The thing is I hate researching online. Searching for information, verifying it, etc, etc.
Are there any good books that I can read that covers all the basics of raising and caring for pythons, enclosures, feeding, etc. I want to make sure I have a good basic understanding and be prepared but I don't want to troll through hundreds of forum posts or work may way through hundreds of websites which might not even be accurate.
I'd really appreciate the help.