Jungle in tub

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  1. AaronLovesPythons

    AaronLovesPythons Not so new Member

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    Just wanted to know if my yearling jungle would be comfy living in here atm hes in a 45x45x45 small wide exo terra tank and is not furnished enough
    So i made this tub this morning what would you guys think. Suitable ??
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    Neil j Well-Known Member

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    Perfect, add some paper towel to soak the poop and small holes in your lid. More importantly how you heating I would use a small heat cord with a thermostat.
     
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    Just a handy tip if you didn’t already know or do it. Use a soldering iron for all your holes . A drill can crack / split the plastic and leave a rough edge a hot soldering iron slides through the plastic with ease .
    Do this out side as it can’t be good to breath plastic smoke in though .



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    Thanks ive used a soldering iron and done a bunch of air holes in the roof and used it for the bamboo perches
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    Thanks and i was planning on using a heat mat just on the 1 third of the floor of the tub
    Not too sure on how heat cords work and would they be good with my micro climate B1 Thermostat ?
     

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