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RE: monitor suitable substrate

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Posted by: FR at Fri Jul 12 09:53:56 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by FR ]  
   

Albigs only use cover temporarily, they LIVE in burrows, your cage does not have the depth to allow that. Most folks would put that cage on top a cattle trough filled with dirt.

Why do you need to know its gender, that cage is not suited for breeding them.

The above is advanced opinion and recommendations.

If you want a "pet shop" opinion, then great cage and good luck.

Do you know those ant farms in the old days, Well albigs live like ants or gophers. They tunnel and burrow and live in those, and occasionally come out of the ground. Just like ants and gophers. You would not keep ants without the ability to burrow, or a gopher, would you?


   

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