Originally Posted by bettalover2033
Okay I see. So what about the "flooring" or "bedding?" I heard sand is comfortable, but obviously not for every snake.
So what would you need to use for the bottom? Newspaper?
I found this green carpet thing for under $10 that you can clean and wash so its re-usable.Zoo Med Eco Reptile Terrarium Carpet - Reptile - Sale - PetSmart
I got a green one.
I would really suggest a corn snake for you because the Garters and Ribbon snakes are harder to handle. They want to just run away from you. They are very fast.
Corn snakes can be more docile. I just got mine two days ago. Here is us feeding it :D
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TYziwcMMzT8]Feeding Our Beautiful Corn Snake for the First Time! (Snake eats mouse) - YouTube[/ame]
Still learning a lot.
I think Pythons get too big and you need more than one person to handle it with you when it gets that big.
Oh and here is the snake in her cage so you can see the carpet thing. I need to cut it like a half inch to fit it perfect though: