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Posted by fhayden1 on April 23, 2003 at 12:05:27:
In Reply to: savannah monitor cage posted by naryan93602 on April 23, 2003 at 10:20:03:
I've been told by Savannah keepers that adults need a 8'x4' enclosure. A couple years ago I bred burms. My adults were huge, so I kept them in 8'X4 enclosures stacked on top of each other. I cut a door out inside the cages that went through the floor of the top cages and the roof of the bottom cage. So that the burm had access to both cages. Of course, you WILL need caster for this arrangement. The cages were made of plywood. A local store was going out of business so I bought tiles for the floor of the cages. I think this was the best scenario I could think of for space issues etc. It was also safe because I could always close the "door" when I needed access inside the enclosure.
Just thought I'd share. I'm not a carpenter, so I hope you can understand my description.
:Hi I need dimensions for a cage that would hold 2 adult savannah monitors.I am debating on what wood to use, plywood or melamine(I want to be able to actually move this). Also it would have to be able to fit through a doorway. Thanks,Ryan