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Whitelightning777

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Ever lose the clear plastic that you put on the top of a cage to increase humidity a little for those who appreciate it?

This is annoying because even though it's right under your nose, it takes a half hour to find.


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Obviously, you write this in the upper side facing up, not facing down towards the tarantula. Of course, let it dry for at least half an hour before placing it.

Fully bonded screens seldom pose issues for arboreal Ts. Just make sure it's a fully bonded screen for animals, not from the hardware store!!

Terra Blue and ExoTerra makes these.
 

Whitelightning777

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I try to keep all of mine in one place for that reason. Of course, running mostly out of enclosures is one way to avoid losing them!! ;)
 

Whitelightning777

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I actually found some small sling cages I forgot I had -- false alarm!!

Critter keepers that I had roaches in don't count!!

The trace chemicals would no doubt drive them crazy.
 

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