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We proudly introduce you all to the official Terapod range!

Terapod Slim, Deep & Tall.

Life is already confusing enough with bills, work and women (only joking girls). We've tried to make our range as simple as possible to follow. No Gimmicky names, let's just keep the name plain and simple, unlike our advanced vivariums.

There's some freebies up for grabs here

Please use our forums to post any questions, Alternatively you can message us on here or e-mail us at [email protected].

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Terapod Slim Reptile vivariums:

Sizes:
  • 24" - 24" (L) 14.57"(D) 15.75"(H) // 61cm (L) 40cm (H) 37cm (D)
  • 36" - 36" (L) 14.57"(D) 15.75"(H) // 91.5cm (L) 40cm (H) 37cm (D)
  • 48" - 48" (L) 14.57"(D) 15.75"(H) // 122cm(L) 40cm (H) 37cm (D)
Colours Available:

  • Beech
  • Oak
  • Walnut
  • Black

Terapod Deep
Reptile vivariums:
Sizes:
  • 24" - 24" (L) 18"(D) 21"(H) // 61cm (L) 53.3cm (H) 45.7cm (D)
  • 36" - 36" (L) 18"(D) 21"(H) // 91.5cm (L) 53.3cm (H) 45.7cm (D)
  • 48" - 48" (L) 18"(D) 21"(H) // 122cm (L) 53.3cm (H) 45.7cm (D)
  • 55" - 55" (L) 18"(D) 21"(H) // 139.7cm (L) 53.3cm (H) 45.7cm (D)

Colours Available:

  • Beech
  • Oak
  • Walnut
  • Black
Terapod Tall Coming 2014
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is the Terapod 36" Deep god for adult ball pythons, also how big are the wire holes? i wouldnt want any baby snakes escaping through them, what if you sold blocks for the holes so someone could block the ones not needed? just wondering
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is the Terapod 36" Deep god for adult ball pythons, also how big are the wire holes? i wouldnt want any baby snakes escaping through them, what if you sold blocks for the holes so someone could block the ones not needed? just wondering

People tend not to put baby snakes in 3ft vivs, probably why blocks are not sold.
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Yep, sorry I didn't think about that at the time,lol, what about livefood though? Any lizard keeper might not want insects invading their homes, never mind , the question still stands though : is it good for an adult ball python? Just wanted some info from tetrapods themselves, also the terrarium do look fantastic I plan on purchasing Quite a few
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People tend not to put baby snakes in 3ft vivs, probably why blocks are not sold.
Thanks iPHALIZ for clearing that up quickly! If you have a baby snake in a big vivarium it's going to be hard to find, I learned this from experience.. and spending lots of time digging in the substrate to find my little guy.

If you do want a 3ft vivarium we would advise you use plenty of sealant to block the cable port holes up. Even if you leave the glass door open a tiny amount you potentially risk escape! Glass door locks and, or rubber stoppers are a must!

here's where you can buy some suitable sealant

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