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    What do you guys think?





    and his false bottom:


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    Very nice! I like the real plants. The only thing is that, depending on where you live, it might be difficult to keep the humidity high enough in a fully screened enclosure. I have a 10g glass tank (on it side) with a screen front and find it hard to keep it over 40% this time of year. I live in SC and it is dry in the winter time. I spray morning & night to keep it 50-80% range.

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    That looks awesome!
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    Looking good. That looks like a pothos on the left side of the tank. If you take some clippings & put them in water they'll root. Then you can train them up vines.
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    Oh I live in London England. I also have 10 reptiles in my room so believe me it gets quite humid. Also, with the false bottom it makes it easier to mist like say 2-3 times a day if need be. Thanks for all the comments guys. Yes that is pothos and I already took a cutting from it for my veiled chameleon enclosure It's a wicked plant works really well.

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