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My First, And Last, Enclosure!

Discussion in 'Enclosures' started by Skeptic, May 5, 2011.

  1. Skeptic

    Skeptic Member

    Well as some of you know from my Introduction Thread I have been building an Enclosure for my new Red Iguana (Amani). Here is the finished product! Feel free to post any questions, comments, etc. Refer to the Iguana section to actually meet Amani! Thanks!
     

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  2. Geo7809

    Geo7809 Elite Member

    Good job, looks great!
     
  3. Skeptic

    Skeptic Member

    Thanks a lot. It was my first time ever really building something like this, so it was a bit hard. I'd probably never do it again but my end result makes me proud XD.
     
  4. mld

    mld Subscribed User Premium Member

    Great job, I would be proud for sure!
     
  5. schlegelbagel

    schlegelbagel Frog Lover Premium Member

    There is a lot of wasted space. think about putting in a few more cross- boards for climbing on.
     
  6. Flint

    Flint Elite Member

    That's what they all say... haha my first enclosure build was a bit of a nightmare too, but I loved it! I've been entertaining the idea of starting a little reptile enclosure building business. Nothing major, but I do truly enjoy it.

    That one looks great!! You should definitely be proud of your work!!
     
  7. Skeptic

    Skeptic Member

    I felt this way at one point, but after putting Amani in there today I noticed he's climbing up the left and right wall with much ease. He's still getting used to his surroundings I've seen some cage set ups with just one stick and it worked out fine.

    Apperciate the comments, guys!
     
  8. Jflores

    Jflores Elite Member

    Awesome Job!!!...It looks amazing..you have mayor talent dude..Last time I tried to build an enclosure it ended up on the curb outside my house..
     
  9. Skeptic

    Skeptic Member

    I'd give it another go in the future if you're game. The hardest part is the frame, and doors. The rest is fairly easy.
     
  10. Merlin

    Merlin Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    YOur first impression was more accurate. A small ig may go up that wall but not a larger one. Go ahead and put some long branches etc in there. The ig will feel much more at home. No sense having that much space if it is unusable.
    Sort of like having a huge living room. But you can only walk around next to the wall.
     

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