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WHAT SNAKES NEED

Snakes need a safe enclosure and a hide (for hiding) inside their enclosures.

All snakes should have some form of under-tank heating and temperatures and humidity should be well regulated for your specific species.

Snakes are carnivores so get used to feeding them live, or dead, prey like rats and mice.

Snakes need safe bedding in their enclosures; never use cedar in your snake enclosure - cedar is deadly to snakes.

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