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caging ?s


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Posted by Dragon Master on April 29, 2003 at 11:52:49:

In Reply to: caging ?s posted by dsgnGrl on April 28, 2003 at 07:27:11:

:Pine sap is toxic to reptiles, but if it is sealed it is ok. Pine is a very soft wood though, you would be better off using oak or something sturdy. The pond should be long enough for your guys to get into and submerge, I would say at least 30 inches long for an adult. Mine is currently 30 x 24 x 6
My pond is just a little bit smaller, at 26 x 20 x 6. What are you using for your pond?





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