This is my baby Goliath a couple months ago while I was still putting together his enclosure. I was reading up on their natural habitat and looking for a good hide for him and I read that they like snug hides and in the wild will often use burrows from prey animals. So here’s Goliath tooling around his pvc pipe fittings I picked up for him for his cage. Drilled holes to ventilate and allow drainage. Now, months later, this little guy adores his tubes. They aren’t glued together so can easily be popped apart for snake-retrieval and cleaning. They’re cheap to buy and easy to clean, even going in the dish-washer and I know my little ball loves them.
That’s actually a really interesting use for PVC pipe although you might want to go have gone a little bigger, like enough so your hand can fit in, but makes for a neat additive to an enclosure!
HAVE YOU EVER WANTED SOMETHING SO MUCH THAT YOU JUST STARTED CRYING???
I made Hellbound cry? ;_;
I am determined. I have gotten much further than most people and certainly farther than myself on previous attempts. If I keep up the rate, the kickstarter should be go in Fall. I am thinking that the deck will cost $25 at most but I’m not certain yet. I have 42 left to do, boxes to design, and the guidebook to do. Not to mention that I have to go back, and fix and label all the ones I HAVE done.
Basically this is a lot of work is what I’m saying but IT WILL GET DONE DONT WORRY.