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Posted by Animal on March 26, 2003 at 14:48:12:

In Reply to: First ATB and please tell me if my setup is OK........ posted by kissametoukas on March 25, 2003 at 10:22:42:


on all sides and at the top. Maybe that's why he does'nt like to go up there, no air.

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:Above are pics of my enclosure and my new ATB, I just got him saturday. I took the pics right after misting so they're not all that clear, sorry. The temps are about 85 during the day and 78-80 at night. I gave him a fuzzy rat last night which he ate no problem. The only thing is he spends all his time under that hiding spot (cork bark), I haven't seen him up on his "branches" yet. Also, this is a male, if I were to get a female could I keep them together, or would it be better to give each their own space. Thanks.
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