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Heat-lamp-for-kingsnakes, here is how i have my cali king tanks set up. i don't use heat lamps. to set up their tank get a critter cage (it is made for reptiles and has a locking lid) a baby will be fine in a 29 gallon long.. My california king snake likes to sleep all day and come out at night. i'm just woundering would it be better to turn the heat lamp on during the night since when he finally comes out he likes to lie under it and chill there. it's a red heat lamp that isn't really that warm but he loves it. aparently snakes cannot see the colour red so it would be bright for him at night., hi everyone, as some of you may have noticed i am new to this forum and haven't gotten my snake yet but he should be here in the next week or so depending on when the breeder ships him..

Common king snake care sheet . common name: common king snake scientific name: lampropeltis getula there are ten recognised sub-species under the 'common king snake' banner, which can also be broken down even further into even more sub-species., kingsnake: kingsnakes are among the most beautiful snakes in the world and have been popular pets in the reptile hobby since the beginning. there are many different types of kingsnakes found in north america, and care requirements are very similar for all of them..

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Hi! i'm getting two baby kingsnakes within the next few weeks, and i have some questions about their enclosures. i've run into a bit of confusion..., with kingsnakes being not only a wide ranging genus, but coming in a wide variety of sizes and haibtats, it's hard to make a one size fits all caresheet..

Im looking at buying a small, easy to get along with snake. ive read that king snakes are friendlier. is that true? which snake is better in your opinion? what are the costs of these snakes? also what are good 10 gal tanks for these tanks? thanks.