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    Re: Enclosure backgrounds

    Yeah, I was hoping it would allow some climbing enrichment, but I'm thinking it's not really worth it. I don't think I'm comfortable with having something that I can't disinfect.

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    Re: Enclosure backgrounds

    Quote Originally Posted by TayKiren View Post
    Yeah, I was hoping it would allow some climbing enrichment, but I'm thinking it's not really worth it. I don't think I'm comfortable with having something that I can't disinfect.

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    Either disinfect or replace easily enough (like my branches/driftwood for climbing), I agree. The trouble with those backgrounds is all the rough surfaces to which feces & pathogens will stick & thrive, be hard to see, & very challenging (time consuming & perhaps impossible) to remove.
    Last edited by Bogertophis; 01-05-2022 at 03:56 PM.
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