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Re: tree frog habitat

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Posted by kermitslair on April 21, 2003 at 16:30:56:

In Reply to: Re: tree frog habitat posted by Derek Benson on April 21, 2003 at 15:48:46:

::How about a Waxy ? I believe they like it quite dry. It could be a choice for the mesh tank.

:Thye just need some ventilation, if too much, all the heat would escape and it would lower the temperature.

:No, that is not true.
The heat does not escape or lower the temp as we have bearded dragons in the same set up. The heat in the cage ranges from 90 all the way up to 105 in the basking spot. I was just interested in getting frogs, however, you've made it clear that this set up will not work for frogs.

Thanks for your help.

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