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rose hair tarantula habitat

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Posted by: cookism at Thu Apr 2 09:29:53 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by cookism ]  
   

Hi
I recintly got a rose hair tarantula and was woundering if it is possible for its "home" to be too big? right now it is in a 50gal short reptile tank with a locking screen lid I filled it about 3-4 inches deep with peat moss and made her a little borrow from a wooden half circle thing they sell at the pet shop and covered it with dirt. and put in a small water dish in that is shallow .She has tons of room but is that ok ? most pictures i see on the internet people have alot smaller setups is there a reason? also is there any other things that is ok to put in the habitat like plants (live or fake)? and maby some logs or something to make it look more then a tank full of dirt lol ?

Thanks for your help


   

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