Advertisement So in my city there is a botanical gardens that has a tiny room featuring some roaches, a ball python, some frogs and a G. rosea. Now barring the fact that they call this girl a "Grammostol rosea" I don't think her conditions are optimal. My bad for not getting a photo, but there can't be more than an inch of what appears to be sand and chunky, rocky dirt in the enclosure, which is pretty tall anyway. There's also no hide and 2 giant logs with extended points on it that worry me about falling hazards. The last two times I've been there has also been live prey in the enclosure. My question is how worth it would it be for me to mention this to someone? I really don't want to be that guy and seem like I'm talking down to them as an expert on Ts (which I certainly am not) but at the same time it just bothers me so badly to see a T in less than desirable conditions. They take lovely care of all of their tropical plants and I'd really like to see that attention to detail extended to the small handful of animals in their care.