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    Talking Idea for a retirement setup for pets/former breeders .

    I havent done it but im going to go check these out tomorrow while im at home depot , cause i've always thought about where to keep my females once i stop using them for my breeding projects , i wont sell them so this might be where they end up.. but i think this might not only be for cresteds.it would also be nice for a group of chondros , just some ideas , anywho here it is so enjoy and if anyone makes something with one of these i would really like to see what you came up with .

    http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/...e_special_deal dont know how long the deal lasts but hurry .

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    Hmm, that could be a pretty cool idea!

    I love this part: Easy assembly: approximately 2 to 4 hour set-up time


    2 to 4 hours is NOT easy assembly.

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    Maybe its just me, but I hate cleaning screen tanks. Its such a pain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaddoxDobes View Post
    Maybe its just me, but I hate cleaning screen tanks. Its such a pain.
    Unless I missed something, that isn't screen.

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    Ah Ok, the way the photo looked it looked screen to me. My bad. lol Crappy eye sight.
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    If there was a nice way to install a heat light and UV bulb then i'd so stick giant day geckos in it.

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    i just couldnt believe they were on sale for $99.00 from $250 true 2-4 hours isnt very quick set up but i think most people on here would have it done in 2 hours some even less just from the experience with terrariums and cages. i think we're going to purchase 3, 2 for pets 1 for peppers and tomatos , depending on how that goes we might get a couple more if we like them.just to keep them available while they are on sale.

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    the sale ends 1/26 if you were wondering

    4.3.3.6-Crested Geckos
    1.1-Bearded Dragons
    1.1-Pitt Bulls
    2.0-Fancy Rats
    1.0-Mali Uromastyx

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    Looks interesting, good size for some larger uroplatus species also.

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    Dang thats a good deal & good idea..!

    I wonder how well the seams are if they could escape from a hole somewhere..
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