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    Juvenile cage size

    Hello everybody,
    It's it ok to keep a juvenile in a animal plastics t10 cage...?! Lots of clutter and hides being provided.
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    Re: Juvenile cage size

    Not ideal but do-able provided your temps are right and you have a lot of clutter in the cage. What I would do (and have done) is cut a 3/4 thick piece of plywood to the inside dimensions of the cage and it creates a cage divider making your enclosure smaller.


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    Re: Juvenile cage size

    Quote Originally Posted by KevinK View Post
    Not ideal but do-able provided your temps are right and you have a lot of clutter in the cage. What I would do (and have done) is cut a 3/4 thick piece of plywood to the inside dimensions of the cage and it creates a cage divider making your enclosure smaller.


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    Yes, I was thinking about adding a divider. Thank you

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    Re: Juvenile cage size

    If you don't mind maintaining a whole T10 for a juvenile, then go for it but you'll definitely need to provide a lot of clutter and a few hides (I highly recommend the Reptile Basics plastic black hides). Otherwise, order thr divider when you order from AP.

    On a total different subject, you'll need at least a 80 watt RHP panel (can also be purchased from Reptile Basics).

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    Re: Juvenile cage size

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Misha View Post
    If you don't mind maintaining a whole T10 for a juvenile, then go for it but you'll definitely need to provide a lot of clutter and a few hides (I highly recommend the Reptile Basics plastic black hides). Otherwise, order thr divider when you order from AP.

    On a total different subject, you'll need at least a 80 watt RHP panel (can also be purchased from Reptile Basics).

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    Hey, thank you.
    Yes I already talked to Bob at proproducts, and he recommended the 75 watt panel.

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