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RE: Gonocephalus grandis...?

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Posted by: Spawn at Wed Mar 21 17:43:40 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Spawn ]  
   

Hello bob:
There was nothing wrong with "showering" them. The real challenge is to see that the humidity levels in the habitat stay high. Then occasional showers should probably do the trick. I tried something a few years ago that worked pretty good. You may want to try it. I set a couple jugs on top of the cage with water in them. a couple holes punctured in the bottoms allowed the water to rain down into the terrarium. Being an aqua-terrarium the water just recycled into the water already in the tank thus the land area dried out quickly. This way you don't have to remove them from their terrarium. I always had an area where no rain fell to give the animals an option to get away from the water.
Hope all this info helps. I think between the three of us we've really started something which I'm sure will attract others interested in these "Dragons."
Have a Great day!!!


   

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