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Old 11-15-2020, 07:06 PM   #1
Flatfish1
Russian Rat Snake Temps

Can Russian Rat Snakes be kept at ambient room temperatures in most temperate climates in the US? In other words, The temperature ranges where I live are typically much warmer naturally, than where these snakes are from in the wild. Do I still need to augment the heat in the enclosure? (warm side/basking spot). I'm looking for an additional snake that makes a great pet, and doesn't add much to my energy bill. Is a Russian Rat Snake perfect for me? Thank you. Wayne
 

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