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Q: What to put in a 3x2x1 arboreal viv
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Rpython

Hello

What do people think i should or could put in a 3 by 2 by 1 arboreal viv? Do not mind if snake lizard or something else. Thanka


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Topics: Caging , Caging Plans
Tags: Arboreal, Lizards, Snakes, Viviariums
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Member Comment 4/2/2018 1:32:17 AM

TribalCorns

That seems like a medium large kind of enclosure to me. You could house one really big arboreal tarantula species, a small group of tree frogs, a group of medium to small geckos, can't really think of any adult arboreal snakes small enough to live in that size really. It could house a sub adult green tree python, or amazon tree boa sized snake no problem but you'd need to get a larger tank for those species as adults.

 
Member Comment 4/2/2018 1:33:44 AM

TribalCorns

Should be noted that you'll have to look through each species of the groups I mentioned to see what are okay to house together. Some species can cannibalize and you don't want that. :/

 
Member Comment 4/2/2018 10:33:14 AM

Ratman

You have quite an exotic collection already, surprising your question is related to such a small viv when your space requirements will be somewhat different soon enough! However if I was as as abitious and as curious as you (and my family would let me have more space in the apartment i pay for) i would go for Dart frogs! Never kept them myself (had the books for years) but setting up a beautiful habitat for them must be a fantastic and rewarding challenge. Feeding them is another problem however..alternativley perhaps a small species of chameleon or a vine snake (but i think the latter would need more space..yeah, go for dart frogs (or simply a couple of tree frogs). Dart Frogs, Dart Frogs!!!

 
Member Comment 4/2/2018 10:34:50 AM

Ratman

Have you ever been hypnotised? Dart frogs!

 
Member Comment 4/2/2018 5:21:25 PM

Cenobite

It does sound like a good size for dart frogs. Just don't lick them. Or do. I'm not your mom.

 
Member Comment 4/16/2018 2:31:36 PM

TribalCorns

Oh yes dart frogs would be pretty in that enclosure! Or maybe reed frogs?

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