Rainforest Terrarium

Natural Terrarium Small X-Tall

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  • Front window ventilation
  • Dual doors for an escape free access
  • Waterproof bottom
  • Raised bottom frame
  • HIGH QUALITY Stainless steel mesh cover
  • Locks to prevent escape
  • Easy-twist screen cover lock
  • Closable inlets for wires and/or tubing
  • Cut out in the back for wires and/or tubing

This new size of extra tall Exo Terra Glass Terrarium is ideal for arboreal reptile and amphibian species! It’s unique rooted background makes it a great habitat for a number of tree dwelling species like tree boas & pythons, day geckos, leaf-tailed geckos, tokay geckos, tree frogs, etc. It has all the other great features of the Exo Terra Glass Terrariums; The Exo Terra Glass Terrarium is the ideal reptile or amphibian housing designed by European herpetologists.

The front opening doors allow easy access for maintenance and feeding. A specially designed lock will prevent escape and the doors can be opened separately. The full screen top ventilation allows UVB and infrared penetration, and is completely removable for easy access while decorating or cleaning. In the back of the screen cover are 5 closable wire or tube inlets on both sides to install Heat Wave Rocks, Waterfalls, sensors, etc. inside the terrarium.

The bottom plate of the terrarium is raised to mount a substrate heater to heat a part of the extended ground surface. The extra high fixed front window is ideal for thick layers of substrates (burrowing reptiles), aquatic parts (paludarium) or to mount an Exo Terra reptile den. The natural background is in the same colour like all other Exo Terra decoration items (Water Dishes, Waterfalls, Heat Wave Rocks, etc.) and provides an extra climbing dimension.

Rainforest Terrarium
PT2606 Natural Terrarium small X-Tall - 45 x 45 x 90 cm - 18" x 18" x 36"

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3rd discovery of a new species during Exo Terra expedition