IguanaWORLD Habitat - The Final Touches
Set your timers, test your lights, install your
wood accessories, place your cage furniture, install your temperature
and humidity gauges, and sit back to relax...
The Holmes Cool Mist Humidifier (which is currently
installed in the lagoon) cost $49.00, and was purchased at Target.
It keeps the interior at an 65%-70% humidity automatically and needs
refilling about once every 3 days. I have a seperate container of
water on the top basking shelf for swimming and pooping - the higher
location makes cleaning easier too. When Maurice gets bigger, I'll
start using the lagoon.
Maurice has a place to hide with a Timber Hide Away
Box located on the first shelf. It also serves as a mounting point
for my humidity gauge. I paid $7.00 for it as a damaged good at my
local pet shop. I don't think Maurice cares it's missing a wall!
Finally, the thing that most people notice first is the great tree trunk I have inside. If your interested, it is actually two pieces of 90 year old Tokay Grape Vine. They were purchased from Big Apple Herp (http://www.bigappleherp.com) for $49.00 apiece and then attached to create one large climbing structure.
My Iguana LOVES it, and they came completely treated
and debarked, ready for installation. I can't recommend them highly
enough, they were pricey but well worth the money I spent. If you
have special requirements, the people at Big Apple Herp are more
than willing to work with you to secure the piece you need.
I can be reached at email@example.com
for any questions - comments - or criticism, and if you need more
clarification let me know, and I'll get back to you promptly.
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