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hangtown530

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let me know what you think...

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james.w

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Nice Rhino. What size enclosure is he in? Why no substrate? Can you post a pic of the entire enclosure?
 

hangtown530

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:) I'm the guy whole built the 7ft H x 6ft W x 4ft D enclosure remember? lol I have him in a 90 gallon tank at the moment...I will move his bigger enclosure in sometime soon. Then take your advice from before and not make it as tall :) and a bit wider than 6ft...and I laid linoleum instead of mulch or bark or anything he could possibly ingest.

You use Cyprus Mulch right? Anyways the tank is 4ft W x 2ft Tall x 1.5 ft wide...give or take.
 

james.w

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Oh ok I remember. If you plan on getting another large lizard you could divide the cage in half and have 2 6x4x3.5. Might work for a permanent enclosure depending on how big your Rhino gets.

Yeah I use cypress mulch for both my Rhino and my Tegus.
 

hangtown530

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that's true but i'll only ever have the one :) Great idea though. I am going to see what I can do in the near future with the enclosure I built.
 

james.w

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You could always make the enclosure 6x4x4 and make storage space out of the rest of the space. Only reason I say this, is that it is easier to keep temps and humidity in a "smaller" enclosure. But people have made bigger cages work and I'm sure you can too if that is what you decide to go with. It also depends on where you live, if you are in Florida temps and humidity won't be an issue.
 

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Very nice! I don't want to come off the wrong way but you should try to get a digital probe thermometer, the little stick on guys aren't as accurate as the digital ones go.
 

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