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Thread: 3D Backgrounds

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    3D Backgrounds

    Curious what kinds of things people are using for naturalistic 3D backgrounds without spending an arm and a leg. Thank you in advance for sharing.

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    I use a cork bark background. I get mine from Josh's Frogs and if they don't need to be too big then they work great. You just have to cut them to size and usually they keep themself on the back but if you cut it too much then you might need to glue it.

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    Re: 3D Backgrounds

    I'll echo Erie's comment about cork bark. I love the stuff and use it in all my enclosures. There's just not a lot you can't do with it, either using for décor or if you want to DIY your own backgrounds with it. Josh's Frogs is a great place to get it from, and sometimes you can find it for sale in bulk in pet stores, so can get all kinds of shapes and sizes.

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