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    So me and my boyfriend have a bunch of reptiles in a small apartment and an looking for ways to stack them on a stand or something to help with space. what stand can I use my current cages with and it be strong enough to hold multiple cages? our current cages are 2 40 gal, 2 10 gal, 1 20 gal, 1 30 gal. what do you guys use or suggest?

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    Check out Home Depot or equivalent for metal shelf units that have adjustable shelves. The difficulty is when your enclosures are top opening as opposed to front opening, since the top opening cages need more space above them.
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    You could also check Craigslist or your local Facebook Buy-Sell-Trade sites for shelving if budget is a concern. Often old "entertainment centers" are large and sturdy.
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