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    cool, thanks. I will search Jaguar carpet python on google. I don't really want to use a tub though becuase it wouldn't took as good as a glass terrarium to have a big tub sitting on my desk. Will glass still work though? That's a good rule, I will use it... that rule also tells me that my hognose snake has enough room and my corn does, but I'm still moving my corn to a 60 gallon. Thanks for your info!

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    You can still use glass tanks for balls but it takes a bit more attention to details as far as heating and humidity and such. Plus, you will probably want to add extra hides cause the "open" nature of a glass tank can intimidate a ball.

    If it were me I would reserve the 60G for the ball but it will not need it for at least a year, until then a ball can probably handle a 20G or so.

    If you are going to go for a carpet then you'd definitely want to put it in the 60G.
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    I'm not sure if u already got your snake, but if not maybe u wanna get this kind instead, texas leucistic rat snake. 70 to 90 dollars for a baby, blue, re, black eyed kinds, (get the blue eyed, itis the nicest and look how it looks http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...O5S4tAOo2azcBA hehe, but watch out for eye bugs though, make sure the one u get do not have them, they are ugly
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