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Re: Substrate and Climbing material???


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Posted by Gecko_King on November 02, 2002 at 16:04:26:

In Reply to: Substrate and Climbing material??? posted by viper69 on November 02, 2002 at 14:44:48:

:What substrates are people using for their cresteds? Mine is 2 1/2 mnths old. And what materials are people using for them to climb vertically??

:Lastly, what about a hide spot for them necessary or not?? Has anyone seen there Crested drink from standing water?

My Cresteds do drink from standing water. I keep clean water in the cage at all times. I use bark as my substrate. It looks good, it is inexpensive, and they sometimes lay their eggs in it. As for cilmbing, I like lots of live plants with brances running between them. This will create lots of hidding area's.
David




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