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Thread: My Critter Room

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    Here are some pictures of my critter room.

    This bookshelf houses tarantulas, true spiders, and some scorpions


    Swinging to the right you see another bookshelf of tarantulas


    Zooming in


    And most of my snakes are on the right shelves


    Another angle of my snake shelves




    Now it's your turn.

    Let's see your critter room or setups.
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    Marcus, do you still have your Iggy's?
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    Here is my rubbermaid/rack system with the BP's:



    And my BCI's homemade cage:



    And my baby Kingsnakes tank:



    And one of my rat breeder rubbermaids:



    Rat pre-feed holding:



    Rat daycare:


    Bedbugs with MorningBreath self defense mechanism:


    Another Bedbug, this one with SmellyButt self defense mechanism:


    Caninus needabathus reallybadus:


    Cage for our newest addition, Spot the Gerbil:


    And Spot himself:


    Spot serves a dual purpose. My kids love him, and he, conveniently, smells like a gerbil! I am hoping that some gerbil-scented rats will convince Roswell to eat more often than once every two months!
    Randy

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPlank
    Marcus, do you still have your Iggy's?
    No, a couple of school teachers here in town adopted them and has them in their classrooms.

    Better for the iguanas because they're getting more attention now. Now, I have more time to spend on snakes!
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    Argus and burmese Python cage:

    Our living room


    Carpet Python Enclosure

    Varanids enclosures


    Office space:
    [/img]http://www.ball-pythons.net/albums/Rustysdragons-Album/Cnv0037.jpg[img]
    H2) Monitor on Bottom, Aggresive s. a. fish in middle and Macklottes on top

    Taiwan Beauty:

    Leopard gecko housing (top 4 cages) bottom tank is cornsnake:

    Tortoise Pen:

    Colubred Rack:

    Tarantula Enclosure (seperately houses 12 species)

    Community Fishtank (45tall)

    Well I know they are all crappy shots 9my canmera is absolutely horrific, but as you can see when tend to have a knack for conserving room. Not pictures is our Isolation room or frog tanks, or BP enclosures now that I think of it I probably missed at least ten other setups.
    My husband built all of the enclosures that aren't tanks. Let me know what ya think
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    Damn, i need a spell check, this cold med has me wicked loopy, sorry for all those typos!
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    Wow! Now that's a lot of critters!

    When you take in a critter, do they give you the enclosures or do you have to buy them yourself?

    And this picture didn't take so I took the liberty to help ya show it.
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    Thanks Marcus
    Upon rescue, we always request a donation of products the person may have for the animal, but that doesn't always happen, thou when they do donate the cage and or supplies they are normally not supossed to be used for said animal, but it is always good to stock up on supplies!, Anyhow when they are first taken in the go through isolation, so they normally would not be kept in the enclosure (if any ) comes with them.
    Thanks for posting that last pic for me.
    Marcus I like your spider racks.
    My husband is always building "showcase" enclosures for ours, I always try to explain to him it would be so much easier to kind of rack them. But he is quite stubborn. The black enclosure he made for the T's is so great though, it is accually blocking a second doorway to our herp room (we didn't need two doors) and it house 12 all to gether so I like that one alott, of course the pic doesn't do it any justice, everyone that comes in (thats the first thing you see) loves the cage untill they see whats in it..lol
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    Man. That is a lot of critters.

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    i'm not even posting anything of mine in this thread, i'd feel rather sheepish . Randy, when did you build that cage for the BCI? I'd like to see a few more shots if ya don't mind, looks awesome... Marcus, your "critter room" is totally amazing. I could seriously spend hours at a time in there. I'm hoping when I get out of my parents basement to create something like that. Although, a lot more reptiles and a lot less spiders and tarantulas! Rusty, your pics are great too... you guys all make me incredibly jealous.
    -Will

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