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    Default I want to show you some of my vivariums


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    Here are Some of my Vivs.

    This is the "housing complex" in our living room:

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    Some more:

    Cordylus tropidosternum:
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    Poisend Frogs:
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    Boaedon capensis females:
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    Boaedon capensis male:
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    Hyperolius puncticulatus:
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    Hemidactylus imbricatus
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    Heterodon nascius (adult)
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    Heterodon nascius Kindergartens
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    Teratoscincus keyerlingi:
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    Wow!
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    Correlophus ciliatus 1.0.0
    Gekko gecko 6.4.0
    Uromastyx maliensis 1.0.0
    Eublepharis macularius 1.3.1
    Pogona Vitticeps 0.1.0
    Geochelone sulcata 0.0.2
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    wow, awesome vivs! I love the snakeskin pattern on one of the larger tanks, how did you achieve that? shed? or faux finish?
    6.4.7 Rhacodactylus ciliatus, 0.1 Rhacodactylus auriculatus, 2.4 Pareodura picta, 0.1 Gehyra marginata, 0.2 Gekko gekko, 1.0 Lygodactylus williamsi
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    Thanks, thats structured Wallpaper.
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    First post, 3rd picture. What's in the long bottom desert terrarium? Nice job on all of them. Very impressive

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    Thats the terrarium of Eublepharis macularius.
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    You did a great job capturing the different environments (desert, jungle, etc.) - great job!

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    These make me wish I was tiny so I could live in one of those..
    Simply amazing!!
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