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#50227 - 07/03/05 09:14 PM for those of you with reptariums...
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Registered: 04/01/04
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I am looking in to getting one for tails... if I get one for her (she will have a cage mate at the end of July) anywho, If I get her one, whats the smallest size rep needed for 2 suggies? Also... how do you hang the toys and pouches and stuff?? Thanks!!
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#50228 - 07/04/05 02:35 AM Re: for those of you with reptariums... [Re: ]
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Registered: 12/19/04
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i think the one after the 66 gallon is a good size, you just need to use hooks to attach stuff to the side
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#50229 - 07/04/05 05:52 AM Re: for those of you with reptariums... [Re: ]

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The 175 is 4 feet high and its a good size, although I love the largest size better and its only about $20 more. Its 6 feet tall and gives them lots of room to jump and play. I use fun rings to hang things, ropes, all kinds of toys in there. I love my reptariums.
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#50230 - 07/04/05 09:52 AM Re: for those of you with reptariums... [Re: ]
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I just recently bought two 65 gallon size repts for travel cages. Definately go bigger. These will be perfect for the SGGA (the kids won't be in there alot) but I wouldn't want to keep the kids in there all the time.
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#50231 - 07/04/05 11:39 AM Re: for those of you with reptariums... [Re: ]
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Loc: LittleRock, AR USA
[:"blue"] Go to the Gallery and there are some pictures in the cage section of how repts have been set up.

I agree the bigger the better. The smallest I would go with for a pair would be the 100 gallon and the 175 would be the best. [/]
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#50232 - 07/06/05 10:09 AM Re: for those of you with reptariums... [Re: ]

I have a couple of reptariums that I use. The only thing I dont like about them is that the gliders want to chew on them every know and then. Then you have sew it back up. Maybe not all gliders will do it but that is my experience with it and the other is there is no way of hanging toys unless you do it from the bars or put a pipe cleaner through the net to tie them off. So this restricts the toys and pouches to the side of the cages. This is my experience. They are easy to clean. Just stick in washing machine and dishwasher and wash. <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/frostyangel.gif" alt="" />

#50233 - 07/09/05 06:58 PM Re: for those of you with reptariums... [Re: zookeeper18]

Reptariums are awesome and I have seen a lot of people with them and they have no problem hanging up the toys but thats just wut I see...i dont know but yea they r really easy to clean and doent really start to smell as bad the the other ones!

I hope this helps you out some...


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