New monitor enclosures

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  1. Klaery

    Klaery Well-Known Member

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    Almost finished. Just needs stain on the top side of the door and some clasps to keep it closed.

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    Looks great! Can't wait to see it with some monitors inside.
     
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    Look closer :p
     
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    Oh now I see them! Whoops. What species are they? I'm thinking Ackies or Tristis maybe...
     
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    Nice reptilian, awesome setup you got there.
     
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    Awesome reptilian :)


    Mt isa triatis and qld accies in this one. Going to make more all the same though for the others :)
     
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    Thanks DanielK, your new monitor enclosure also looks awesome, my one as a devider in the middle that can be removed, so l can use it as 1 large 6 foot square indoor enclosure, and the heat lamps and UV tube, can be position anywhere l want them, not just at one end all the time.:D
     
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    Awesome animals those tristis and ackies. You've done a great job!
     
  10. Nice work, mate:)!
     
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    Thanks ScottyHerps, in regards to my set-up of my large indoor lizard enclosure much appreciated, hope you new pet Ridge-Tailed Monitor, is setting into its new hope and slowly getting to know and trust you as its new keeper.
     
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    Thanks man, yeah he's very active, still no use to my presence in the vivarium but its only the second day.
     
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