** What should i receive? **?
I have a 40 gallon breeder laying around and i was wanting to cram it with a new reptile. I have some reptiles already so i can bar alot of them. I have a cornsnake, boa, monitor, a plated lizard and a few others. I have had some others too so i should be capable of handle pretty much whatever can fit in that. I do my research first as okay. It has a screen top on this one but i can make a top whether needed. I just cant figure out what to put in it. I would prefer something that doesnt call for a uvb light because i dont want to spend about 50 on one when im already making my monitor a 400+ dollar cage. I dont really want a turtle. I may want another snake because they dont want uvb ( i have been keeping snakes without uvb for in the region of 10 years with no problems for the people that think i inevitability it). If anyone has a good reptile or a list i will do some research on it. BTW no beardies,leos,cornsnakes, globe pythons, or beginner stuff
And in attendance are nothing wrong with beginner stuff.
Im not a novice and i still like beginner reptiles.
Half the ones you have beginners.
Sell youre monitor and seize something you could actually pay for yearly.
Or. My other personal favorite. Kenyan sand boas. In a 40 gal you can keep 2 to 4 of them. They merely get about 2 ft long, They resemble the sand worms from the movie beetlejuice. They come contained by a multitude of colors. If you keep them in a reptile sand (about 3 inches or so) you will usually solely see their nose sticking out of the sand. This is great when friends come over and think you have an abandon tank of sand with a water bowl within it. Then you tell them to stick their hand in the sand and fish around.
These are also not considered neophyte snakes and are very pretty and interesting to watch.