The completed snake cage


We have put a hell of a lot of work into this cage. For rank amateurs, as we definitely are, I think it turned out pretty damn amazing.

You can even see Stilgar in the bottom righthand corner of the bottom pic. He’s in the little quarter-of-a-vase looking thing.

Comments

  1. says

    Looks very, very nice, congratulations. I’m sure he’ll be very happy in his new home. I can’t tell from your picture, but hopefully you have some way of venting excess heat out of the top of the cage where I assume the lights are, or are using under-tank heating, which would probably be more efficient. You wouldn’t want all that nice wood to catch on fire now, would you?

  2. says

    Nope, it won’t burst into flames. It’s a radiant heat panel on top, inside is totally plexiglass, and the vents on both sides (halfway down to avoid the chimney effect). A lot of thought went into its design too.

  3. says

    Good deal, like I said, I can’t see inside, but if you put a nice hot load of light bulbs up top for heat against untreated wood and left it on for 12-14 hours a day, you’d be just asking for trouble.

    But of course, I should have known you’d be smarter than that. Good show.

  4. Shannon says

    Looks good, I was wondering if the little plastic things are going to be eventually replaced with some rock work or plants or something though? I think it looks fantastic though. Teri and I are considering turning my 29 gallon aquarium into a terrarium for tree frogs and lizards(which we can catch in Florida) But like I said, it looks fantastic.

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