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Old 04-10-2009, 11:25 PM
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Hey i should be gtin 2 8 month old indo frilled lizards soon n there coming in a 4x3x3 i think it is n n im gona build em a 5x6x3 for whn there fully grown but i just need some ideas on how to actly build it n wht would be best to build it out of cause ive build a smaller 3x2x2 but thts completely different
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Old 04-10-2009, 11:27 PM
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ok sorry there comin in a 3x3x2 viv so ill need some ideas fast lol
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Old 05-10-2009, 11:49 AM
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Old 05-10-2009, 11:51 AM
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Is this of any use?

Two Leopard Gecko Vivariums

You could just up the sizes to what you want


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Just found this guide:
(THIS GUIDE IS NOT MINE I FOUND IT OVER AT LIVEFOODSHOP.CO.UK, ALL THANKS GO TO SPIKYDOG AND HIS MATE ANDY)

build_a_viv.doc

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Old 05-10-2009, 01:35 PM
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Same principle as any other viv its just the sizes that will change
Two sets of doors is probably the best way to go

This is a build for a frilled lizard, may be of some use to you

http://www.reptileforums.co.uk/membe...ure53338-a.jpg

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Old 05-10-2009, 01:37 PM
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Try the habitat forum, lots of good ideas on there!
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OK im not expert .... but i have done a viv before, kinda big ish .... ok middley size, 4 foot high x 2 x 2 .... but when i hav a job ... i was told im aloud to set my plan on building a 6 x 4 x 2 foot viv for a frilly.

so i thought and planned a lot of it out.

my plans which u can use if they seem good ..... seal it all (top priority)
then buy a sheet of that tarporline (think thts it ... the like plastic waterproof sheet thing) and have it covering the bottom of the viv and going about 2 foot up the walls..... then b uild a fake rock background (covering all 3 walls) that has a big ledge to back left for the frilly to bask on and another ledge near the middle (but down abit ) for veg etc. and maybe on the corner of the cold side (the right) have a waterfall that goes down pieces of slate and into a pool that covers about a third / a half of the floor space ( thew waterfalll powered with a external filter / pond filter) with a main HUGE branch like REALLY thick coming out of the substrate (a mix of soil and sand ) and other branches coming off that huge branch .... maybe off the floor aswell :P .

my viv is gunna be UBER expensive :P

but worth it i tink

hope this helps :P

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