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    20130625_102932-1.jpg20130625_102840-1.jpg these are my leo habitats. My female and blizzard male.
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    I like them a lot The second is a little out of the ordinary as far as leo viv's usually go. I understand that Leo's are considered ground-dwelling, but when given climbing surfaces, do they utilize them well?

    I ask because I own a corn snake, which are only considered "semi-arboreal", but mine must be part Green Tree Python, because he's hanging out on branches all day. I want to get a leo myself, but I don't know how well they utilize cage furniture.
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    I also read they aren't big climbers an dig the ground holes, but when I added some wood from around the yard to spruce up the tank. He was all over it, and has only fallen once, an I try to make it so the fall isn't to far. He can handle a 4 inch drop and he's never shy about going back up. Heres a pic to show my woodland scene. new tank.jpg I also have a Blizzard, your looks a little chunky how old is he? did ya buy that wood for the cage?

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