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    Default Idea for a new enclosure

    Hey guys,

    My dining room has a built in shelving unit that I think looks pretty tacky as is, so I'd like to jazz it up a bit and turn it into an enclosure for something. The first animals that come to mind are chameleon, green tree python, or emerald tree boa. I'm leaning more towards a gtp or etb. I've never had the pleasure of working with either but they've been on my list for a while. The dimensions are 29 in wide x 42 in tall x 14 in deep. There is a drawer underneath it and by taking that out I could extend the height to 51 in. My question is to anyone who has or is currently working with gtps/etbs, is this a big enough space to house one of those? I know the height and width are there I'm just concerned that the depth might not be there.
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    Jason
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    Also, I've done a little research on gtps and tens, are they really that aggressive? I see a lot of pictures of people handling them with hooks. I had an atb a while back who was absolutely atrocious, but I also purchased him as an adult. If I get a hatchling is it possible to hand tame them? I work with tokay geckos which are generally pretty aggressive but mine are all handleable since I got them as hatchlings and handle them daily, or at least every other day.
    Thanks,
    Jason
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    1.0 Gekko gecko
    1.1 Uroplatus Sikorae
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