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Semi-adequate enclosure (temporary)

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Posted by: twhite1991 at Mon Jan 21 09:02:34 2019  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by twhite1991 ]  
   

I know that you arent supposed to keep boscs/savannahs in glass but for now this is all i have to work with and she seems to love it. She only basks for a few minutes at a time and then walks around and chases shadows for a while(idk what shes doing) but she has some room to dig and make burrows and she has a hide plus two morr she made out of the water dish and the log. She has most of her moisture and heat trapped in. Every week i add water to her substrate and mix it up. She gets cycles of uvb light 3 times a week also. Shes a little lazy sometimes but shes fairly active. She likes to nap in her light after she eats. Im going to put a pic in of her enclosure. Let me know the pros and cons of my setup please. Remember it is small and it is temporary so size i am aware is not adequate. Standby for pictures


   

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