Screen Terrarium

Aluminum Screen Habitat

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  • High quality, corrosion-resistant black anodized aluminum screen enclosure
  • Maximum ventilation – prevents stagnant air
  • Black aluminum screen finish for greater visibility
  • Includes substrate tray
  • Maximum UVB and heat penetration
  • Large hinged front door(s) offering full access to cage interior
  • Swiveling bottom door for easy substrate tray removal
  • Sturdy nickel plated latches keep your reptiles safe & secure
  • Ideal for Chameleons and other tree dwellers
  • Cricket proof screen
  • Available in 4 sizes

The Exo Terra Screen Terrarium is a perfect habitat for arboreal reptiles and amphibians that are sensitive to stagnant air. The non-restricted air-flow provides optimal ventilation while minimizing odors and fungus growth in your reptile’s habitat. The screen design provides a broader temperature gradient, which helps your reptiles to regulate their body temperature more effectively and prevents overheating. The aluminum screen mesh allows ultraviolet rays from UVB lights or the sun to penetrate deep inside the enclosure. The substrate tray allows you to place a small layer of substrate to absorb spray water and increase humidity levels. The substrate tray can easily be removed from the enclosure through the swiveling bottom door. The Sturdy nickel plated latches add stability to the enclosure and keep your reptiles safe & secure. Add an Exo Terra Background (optional) to raise humidity and to collect misting water for species that prefer licking water droplets, such as chameleons, day geckos and many other arboreal species. The Screen Terrarium can easily be assembled using a single screw driver.

 
Screen Terrarium
PT2676 Small/Tall 45cm x 45cm x 60cm 18” x 18” x 24”
PT2677 Small/X-Tall 45cm x 45cm x 90cm 18” x 18” x 36”
PT2678 Medium/X-Tall 60cm x 45cm x 90cm 24” x 18” x 36”
PT2679 Large/X-Tall 90cm x 45cm x 90cm 36” x 18” x 36”

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3rd discovery of a new species during Exo Terra expedition