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Large Sulcata Perimeter Ideas

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Posted by: darkergraphic at Wed Sep 2 22:44:54 2020  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by darkergraphic ]  
   

Hi all, it’s been a while since I’ve posted as I’ve now had my 3 males for over 20 years (acquired as hatchlings). I’m going to be moving soon and will temporarily be relocating them to my mother-in-law’s who has a large chain link fenced yard. I can’t give them the full run of it so am going to section off an area for them as a temporary pen for a few months. It’s ok northern Florida so I’m less concerned about winter temps though will be setting up heated hides.

My ask is suggestions on cheap but sturdy temporary perimeter fencing. They’re use to cinder block or metal fencing, but those aren’t practical for the temporary set up. I’ve considered wood, but am open to other options. I’ve used flashing once in the past. But would like thoughts from others with experience with larger sulcatas.

My boys are 85, 100, 120 lbs respectively.

Thanks,
Rick


   

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