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    Varanus storri kick it!!!

    They are growing up very well and cricket eatting machines. Just thought I would share some pictures that I snapped today




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    Re: Varanus storri kick it!!!

    awesome monitors, too bad according to some people in another forum you shouldn't be insterested in V. storri and should stick to something closer to home haha. But yeah they look great.

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    Re: Varanus storri kick it!!!

    Those pics make me curious about the habitat. Can i get a pic of their setup pretty pretty please.

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    Re: Varanus storri kick it!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by qiksilver
    awesome monitors, too bad according to some people in another forum you shouldn't be insterested in V. storri and should stick to something closer to home haha. But yeah they look great.
    LOL....now that was funny.

    Glad to see you around these parts

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    Re: Varanus storri kick it!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Chase13
    Those pics make me curious about the habitat. Can i get a pic of their setup pretty pretty please.
    What are you curious about? 4' x 2' x 18" high enclosure with 8" of soil(vermiculite, topsoil, sand, and peat moss mix). Two Retes stacks under two different basking areas. A small rock stack in the middle of the enclosure that is fastened to the bottom of the enclosure so that my monitors do not crush themselves accidentally.

    How about you wait a week or so? Then I can get you some fresh pics of the new and improved enclosure that I am building

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    Re: Varanus storri kick it!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by daniel1983
    What are you curious about? How about you wait a week or so? Then I can get you some fresh pics of the new and improved enclosure that I am building
    Iunno... just looks neat. But im weird so dont worry about it.

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    Re: Varanus storri kick it!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Chase13
    Iunno... just looks neat. But im weird so dont worry about it.
    Nothing weird about being interested. I wrote up a little description for you above.....here is a pic of the enclosure that I modified. It had a 1"x8" running down the center to keep high soil in the rear but was too hard to clean...so the 1"x8" was moved to the very front, so there is an even 8" of soil now.


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