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    The only thing that concerns me is the lack of ventilation? Or are you planning to drill holes or something?
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    Sounds like a start to a cool project~!
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    It says it has cross ventilation, just can't see were it is in the photos.

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    Remember that is only a 3 sided enclosure.
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    Yes no back on it, and the reviews say it was very difficult assemble. But it is a real good idea, mmmm wonder if I can take one of the plastic panels and make it screen. mmmm
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    I'm thinkin i might be makin new Leachie enclosures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhatfield View Post
    Yes no back on it, and the reviews say it was very difficult assemble. But it is a real good idea, mmmm wonder if I can take one of the plastic panels and make it screen. mmmm
    thats one of the ideas i had , but i also thought to buy 2 and see how they would go back-to-back to solve the no back issue .probably grabbing the 3 monday. and yes Altitude the first rhacs i thought that would be good for is Leachies for sure, but i mean any high humidity animals would like it phelsuma,rhacs. i even thought of a multi level Dendro enclosure. it would be like a whole city for frogs..lol we'll see what happens.

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