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New house for Thor

Discussion in 'Tegu Enclosures' started by TheScubaDude, Jul 5, 2018.

  1. TheScubaDude

    TheScubaDude New Member

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    Just finished this house for my baby. I live in Florida and this is meant to keep him outside in the sunshine. Looking for opinions. I got him in November, had him in a 30 gal aquarium and needless to say it didn't take long for him to outgrow it. Hoping this will last him a while but am hoping for any opinions and input.

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  2. Zyn

    Zyn Active Member

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    I’d worry about his feet on that wire floor
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    TheScubaDude New Member

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    The wire floor is just for drainage since it is outside. It is covered with a tray with drain holes and mulch so his feet never touch that screening.
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    Yeah looking closer I saw the liner looks gold to me I’d add a hide or two
  5. Walter1

    Walter1 Moderator Staff Member 1,000+ Post Club

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    Always think big. Argies should grow quickly to a large size. Be prepated for what should be their e olutionary success = BIG enclosure, escape-proof. God only knows what what feral pops do to native biota.