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Re: 55 gal big enough?


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Posted by buddy1900 on March 09, 2003 at 07:21:11:

In Reply to: Re: 55 gal big enough? posted by SnakeCharmedXX on March 08, 2003 at 06:22:35:

Ok, I guess the curved front tank would be a bad idea. I don't have an enormous amount of space in my house so the idea of scratchbuilding a giant enclosure won't work either. There was a taller corner tank on that site. They've got those right there at Petsmart. I'm going by there today actually to see the dimensions so I'll come back and tell you all what I saw.

Mike


:I agree, home made would be your best bet, I haven't seen too many tanks on the market that were built with a frilly in mind.

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::I would actually make one bigger then that. A home made one that is HUGE and more tall then long like most aquariums would be better to house your frill.

::Just my opinion,

::Matthew

:::Hey I just saw that Crocodile Hunter special on lizards in Australia and got a good look at how big these frillies get. Now, the experts say that you need a 55 gallon aquarium but yikes, this is a big lizard. I'm thinking more along the lines of 70 to 90 gallons. What do you all think of the curved front tanks at oceanicsystems.com? My dragon is just about ready to graduate to his big tank and that's what I'm looking at.

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