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Posted by: reptileszz at Wed Sep 15 06:07:00 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by reptileszz ]  
   

Certainly a Russian or maybe a Hermanns. Definitely NOT a Redfoot for northern Ontario with only 4 x 1.5 feet to deal with. Aside from the fact that Redfoots get far too large for that enclosure the heating and humidity requirements would be daunting to say the least.

I would definitely look into a Russian Tortoise. They remain small, don't need high temperatures or high humidity. And they have great little personalities and are in constant motion.

Carole
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