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Posted by: RachelS. at Mon May 19 10:20:03 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by RachelS. ]  
   

What do you recommend as far as the type of enlosure to keep a gabby in?

I was looking at vision cages but I'm not sure the front-opening is such a good idea, especially if I plan on making a thick floor covering.

Building is an option, pictures would definately be helpful to give me an idea.

Is there anything else that would make a good enclosure to keep humidity in that can open from the top? I'm not sure a regular "tank" would be sufficient. Unless there's some way I can make it that way? And I know a rubbermaid definately isn't 100% un-escapeable haha.

Let me know what's recommended. And if front-opening is better, give me reasons why. Thank you!!
Rachel


   

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