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RE: Don't need D3 with a MVB

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Posted by: Osira at Thu Jun 18 05:33:51 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Osira ]  
   

thanks for that.
I have another question I hope someone can answer for me.
Is it possible to hibernate my future chuckwallas indoors?
In the winter the room I'm going to keep them in doesn't get cold enough, I'd say between the 60's-70's. It has a tiny window and a door to the rest of the house. I usually keep the window open 24/7.
I don't have any air conditioning in the room.
are there any methods you guys use to help keep them cool in the winter?
any advice would be greatly appreciated.


   

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