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Re: How many cresteds could I keep in a 28 QT Rubbermaid?


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Posted by nephrurus on December 03, 2002 at 16:16:37:

In Reply to: How many cresteds could I keep in a 28 QT Rubbermaid? posted by gwright86 on November 30, 2002 at 17:15:54:

:The dimensions are 23.01"x 16.7"x6". Thanks.


You could keep a trio of R. ciliatus in a 28qrt, pay close attention to humidity buildup, if you notice condensation add more ventilation. As far as ciliatus liking to climb, they do but they live in the lowest level of stratum in New Caledonia and have often been captured on or near the ground. use plenty of bark and bamboo so they can get away from each other, you should be OK.......nephrurus


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