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Reptile Habitats

A reptile terrarium or vivarium setup should be researched carefully, beginning with the size and construction type of the habitat. Whether the reptile cage will be made of a screen material, or whether it will be a combination of glass and screen as the exo terra terrariums are, the most important thing is to try matching the habitat to the animal. Hermit crabs do not require very much room at all, but if they can be given more space than they require then the crab will have the opportunity to show some of its more interesting behaviors. The same is true of other animals.

Zoo Med Naturalistic Terrariums

Zoo Med Naturalistic Terrariums

18 x 18 x 24 Zoo Med Terrarium...
Pros: Everything
Cons: None
This terrarium is huge, but with my adult crested gecko, he needed it. I bought this two days ago, and I now have it set up with him in it. It is very spacious, and you can tell they are made with q...
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Zoo Med Naturalistic Terrariums
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$5699
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Exo Terra Terrariums
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$3999
Was: $44.99
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(32 Reviews)
Zoo Med ReptiBreeze Open Air Screen Cages
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$4299
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Reptile Ranch
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$799
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Zoo Med Tortoise House
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$10999
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Kritter Keeper
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$399
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Hermit Crab Kit
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$1599
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HerpHaven Habitat
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$1099
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Exo Terra Desert Habitat Kit
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$13999
Was: $179.99
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Zilla FLX Flexible Access Reptile Terrariums
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$5399
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ReptiHabitat Bearded Dragon Kit
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$15499
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ReptiHabitat Leopard Gecko Kit
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$9999
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