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RE: Tank Setups

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Posted by: herpcagemaster at Mon Jul 5 21:44:28 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by herpcagemaster ]  
   

Ok here's what you do. Take a 20 gallon long aquarium and put 1" of rocks in the bottom. Then pour 2" of dirt on top of the rocks and even it out. After that, layer the dirt with a 4:1 ratio of spagnum moss and sand. The very top layer should be peat moss mixed with cypress mulch moistened to about 75% humidity. Dig out a little area for a kitty litter pan and fill it with water. For a top, make a rectangular wood frame with wire attached to it and use a brick to weigh it down to prevent escape. Now take that up stairs to the highest level of your home. Set it right next to a window halfway in sunlight, and half way in the shade. Next, push it out the darn window and let it shatter into a million pieces because FISH TANKS ARE FOR FISH! Go buy a real reptile enclosure! LOL I'm just kidding with ya.


   

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