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    in the first post on the forum, I want to welcome all Terrarists.
    write a few words about myself. Reptile dealing with for 16 years, started with turtles, tarantulas, scorpions, leopard geckos, Chameleons. Currently focused on Tribolnotus Novaeguineae. I have two pairs of this species that regularly appear on the world Tribolonotus new generation born in captivity.
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    Welcome to GU!
    [I]* Morelia spilota harrisoni * Morelia spilota mcdowelli *Liasis olivaceous olivaceous * Blaesodactylus boivini * /I]

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    Gorgeous skinks, I have been lusting over these for a long time. One day soon I hope to pick up a pair and put them in a 36" x 18" Paludarium. similar to Eric Jansen Orange eyed Crocodile skink Tribolonotus Gracilis female bathing and eating - YouTube

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    You Tube is a few of my films on T. Novaeguineae and terrarium. This of 30 seconds is interesting:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LY2Z...e_gdata_player

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    I just watched all your videos, big thumbs up. That is a very impressive setup for your Tribolonotus. Did you custom make it? What are the dimensions? Every time I have seen a video of Tribolonotus, they were always in or near the water, I did not expect that they would also be such good climbers.

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    Tribolonotus Gracilis is a species that lives in wetlands and they need constant access to water. Tribolonotus Novaeguineae live in the forest thickets and despite the fact that in the terrarium have a pool 35x35x7 cm is very rarely used. It often hunt for fish.
    Terrarium did the same. Learning from their mistakes constantly modernized as seen on YouTube. As for the dimensions are 124x54x48 centimeters.
    Last edited by Novaeguineae Team; 10-26-2013 at 10:11 AM.

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