NORTH WEST PARK NATURE CENTER

There is a large rock sculpture that provides a land area for the Boa to coil up onto which also is warmed by an interior light. The water is kept at a low level for soaking and can be drained quickly when time for cleaning or adding fresh water.

In the lower photo, you can see the Black Rat Snake on the left side and the Corn Snake on the right. There is no water contained in both these habitats. This is because a woodland scene was needed and the snakes are not in real need of humidity.

Because of a waterproof interior, there is the flexibility to convert to a water basin. Cleaning therefore allows these habitats to still be rinsed down and flushed through the drains installed.

 

 

  

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