What can I put in my 4 foot tank

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AlbinoSwissSnake

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I have a four foot tank that my bearded dragon previously moved out of, and I was wondering what reptiles I could put in it?
 

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Yes timber with a glass front
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Would bredi python be suitable?
or a children or stimpsons python? These guys are my favourites
 

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You’ll find a Bredl’s will outgrow it eventually, the Stimmi or Children’s is probably the best of those options. Depending on the tank depends on how successful you may be. I’d suggest adding some more information where possible regarding the setup.
 

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4 foot long, nearly 2 foot deep and 2 foot high. It’s wood with a glass front and the top opens up
 

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Adult Bredli will be fine in there mate

don’t put any babies in here
 

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Ok cool thanks
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Are Bredlis good beginner pythons?
 
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Ok cool thanks
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Are Bredlis good beginner pythons?
Yes they are, very hardy species

gotta seriously mess up
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It’s important you make sure the enclosure locks well, and there’s no weak spots, that’s a common problem with top close enclosures, there will be a lock in the middle, and the snake just pushes out the side
 
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