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New House for Ozzy the Iguana

Discussion in 'Enclosures' started by Rickenbackerman, Nov 27, 2009.

  1. Rickenbackerman

    Rickenbackerman Elite Member

    Yeah I had thought about the stuffed sock idea - I think I'll make one this week and stick it in there.

    The cap already passed - at first I thought maybe I just forgot one, but then sure enough, there it was covered in poo. :D
     
  2. Merlin

    Merlin Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    Well thats ONE less thing to worry about LOL!
     
  3. TamJam

    TamJam Elite Member

    I think Ozzy looks very comfortable indeed!!! Good job!

    Glad the cap was passed out too! They do tend to eat stuff they find "lying about"!
     
  4. Rickenbackerman

    Rickenbackerman Elite Member

    Figured I might as well update this - I added two feet to the top 2/3rds of his house a while ago...
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    So the bottom level is still 4x4, but the middle and top areas are 4x6, a little more roomy for my four foot long friend.
     

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  5. jabberwocky

    jabberwocky Elite Member

    that's great! i might have to find a way to steal the idea when jabbers outgrows the cage I have him in now. very nice pics thanks for sharing:)

    also, i don't mean to be a critic because your enclosure is absolutely great, but that plastic cover isn't over his UVB lamp is it? If so, the rays are being completely filtered out
     
  6. Rickenbackerman

    Rickenbackerman Elite Member

    I always welcome constructive criticism! It does look like a big plastic box, doesn't it... The plastic is just an L-shaped part on two sides that protects my eyes from the bulb since it hangs down a hair below the ceiling of his house. It's screwed to a rectangular box that I folded up out of wire mesh with 1/2" square holes.
     
  7. jabberwocky

    jabberwocky Elite Member

    ah i see. just making sure!
     

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