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Posted by mikecoscia on May 05, 2003 at 21:46:48:

In Reply to: Newbie question? posted by Chameleon996 on May 05, 2003 at 08:00:17:

Well a plain old fluorescent will be fine if you just want to see into the cage during the day. However most of the time they will be hiding and not visible anyway. Live plants are great for humidity. But cresties can be more active not to mention messier then chams. So I just find it easier to use silk. Saves on electricity and I can easily take them out for a scrubbing. If you do use live plants look for fast growing and or large leaved plants. This way they can keep up with the bulk of the cresteds jumping on them nonstop..lol.
-Mike





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