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bikerchicspain

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Here is my new enclosure, its not toatally finished yet, i am waiting for the wooden hut. This is it so far:cool:

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this is before the filter was working, the gnome is sitting on a tort of which moves..:D
 

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The only thing I'd worry about Yvonne is the white rocks. The tortoises might want to try to eat them.

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I agree about the white rocks. I came home one day to one of my RF with a white rock stuck in his mouth, fortunately he could not swallow it and he was lucky. Just a precaution.
 

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Agree here too. Anytime Cooper see's a light colored rock he thinks its something to chow down on. So I have to watch him like a hawk! Looks good tho! :)
 

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They have tried chomping, but only one of them does it, a Hermanns.
The white stones are going to replaced with something like slates just to cover the edges of the little pond,

I have now put in a small aquarium light in the water so at night it's lit up green, but it's not enough to disturb the torts but just enough to give it that sort of relaxing glow.
 
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