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Old 27-01-2017, 04:20 PM
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Hello all! I was just wondering if anyone could give me some advise/help on what I could put in a 5'(L) x 7'(H) x 3'(D) Wooden vivarium... I know its strange and probably hard to find something mammal whise but I would really like to try a 'Exotic Mammal' as I haven't really ventured into them before I can give it up to 4-6 Hours a day of my time just need ideas of what I could put in something like this? If it is not possible just let me know (: Cheers.




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(Edit: It's going to be a walk in vivarium with a solid window at the front.)
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Bump... No one has any ideas...?
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Post this thread in Ball Pythons. net for ideas ??
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Old 01-02-2017, 01:34 PM
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Oh... I didn't know they did mammals.
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Oh... I didn't know they did mammals.


They're as crazy about animals as we are .....


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I'm not sure what mammal would be suitable in that enclosure as it's rather small.
If you are friends with Jordan, I'd ask her about suitable mammals as she's got a fist full of strange exotic critters.
She has an account here, so I'll message her and see if she'll look in.
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Old 01-02-2017, 07:42 PM
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cheers I appreciate it!!!
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Ididn't know they liked the height?... Is there any larger species of them?
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