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Riff&Tipper

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This is my first post so I'm hoping I do this correctly! Thought I'd share some pics of our new enclosure upgrade for our 1.5 year old Leopards. Enclosures are 6' x 6' galvanized steel stock tanks, tops are framed chicken wire that hinges in the middle for easy access (we have cats that we prefer to keep out of tort territory), covered with painters plastic to keep in humidity. Thanks for checking it out! :)
 

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chia6000

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Looks good in my opinion. I came across your post because i was thinking to do this sort of thing too. Thank you for posting a picture.
 

Blackdog1714

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To save space and help with the heat you could top them with foam board insulation. Easy to cut size and glues together very easy. BTW your is a plant hider too!
 

Yvonne G

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Very nice. Thanks for the idea!!
 

Maro2Bear

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Nice job on utilizing those galvanized tubs. Good out of the box thinking.

These can always be stacked to increase the height if more space is needed. Room to hang plants & hang lights.
 
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