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Posted by KC on March 04, 2003 at 19:02:55:
In Reply to: Should I bother with rocks in the tank for my rosy? posted by Nicodemus on March 04, 2003 at 15:37:06:
i asked my grandpa if silicone would hold 2 flat rocks together so that they wouldnt fall and crush the poor lizards and he said it would as long as there wasnt anything pushing on it...you might wanna try that if you are worried about the rocks collapsing. just an idea my grandpa gave me :)good luck
:I have two nice flat rocks that I was originally going to stack to make the second hide box as well as a place to climb, but then I read about the horrors of shifting stones and young snakes under them.
:I want to feed inside the tank and I was going to feed on top of the larger rock.
:And since its also nice to have something kinda rocky for a snake to rub against for shedding, I figured a nice flat rock would be ok.
:Would there be any problems if the rocks are flat on the bottom of the tank, with no nooks to crawl under, and the rock in is in the middle of the tank so the snake can't get pinned between the sides of the rock and tank?