I draw this photo-plan, as part of my hobby for planing for a new zoo, last time I draw schematic presentation of enclosure for chimps or orangutans from the concept: Multi-part enclosure as stimulating, reserve and rotating enclosures. This is my planned reptilarium. It would be kept next reptile species: Cuban crocodile Dwarf crocodile Aldabra giant tortoise Radiated tortoise Madagascar spider tortoise Pancake tortoise Crocodile monitor Blue-spotted tree monitor Cuban iguana Fiji banded or Fiji short-crested iguana Solomon Island skink New Caledonian giant gecko Usambara two-horned chameleon King cobra Indochinese spitting cobra Samar cobra Red spitting cobra Eastern green mamba Papuan or coastal (Australian) taipan Rhinoceros viper Great Lakes bush viper Eyelash viper Side-stripped palm pit viper Mexican West coast rattlesnake Neotropical rattlesnake Emerald tree boa Boelen's python Brongersman's blood python For example, one king cobra would have an enclosure of 12.6 m2 (1.8 x 7.0 m), or 1-3 rattlesnakes would have at least two enclosures 5.4 m2 each (total 10.8 m2). The smalest one enclosures (1 x 1 m) are for small snakes like palm pit vipers or bush vipers, and for single lizards like chameleons or skinks. The height of most enclosures is just 1.5 m (reducing demands for heating), but arboreal species would have at least 3.0 m height enclosures. I do my hobby in nights, because I don't have a lot of time durring day. What do you think about the concept? The heating would include solar pannels, mini windmills, gas, and electicity. The colours denotes semi-arid, savanah with sparce forest, and tropical rainforest environments.