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    Reptile Vivarium - landscaped

    Reptile enclosure

    Width: 1200
    Height: 530
    Depth: 500

    White laminate construction.
    Glass front with twin sliding doors.
    Heater (with enclosed cage) - ceiling mounted
    UV light - ceiling mounted
    One side has full side ventilation (for the cool side)
    2 large (artificial) tunnel / cave dens (Reptile One) Magnetic to view pet
    Artificial plants and jungle vines (Exo Terra)
    Climbing, tunnel and flat logs - varying size (natural drift wood)
    Pond/soaker with hollow tree and cave (Exo Terra) I think
    Rock style dish (food, water)
    Various natural rocks for baking or climbing (or hiding behind)
    Bag of substrate (will cover whole floor area)

    Ideal for lizard or skink.
    $400.00 neg

    Pickup only (delivery to Brisbane or surrounds negotiable and will cost you)
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    That is a very very fair price.
    When it comes to reptiles nothing is cheap but this certainly is
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    To be honest, I just don't need it anymore. It used to have that natural looking foam background but the insects eventually got to it and I never bothered to replace it. 'Pinkle' didn't seem to mind. The thermostat (which was relatively cheap) and the waterfall/water feature (which cost a bomb) just stopped working. Reptile stuff is ridiculously priced and I used to add to the landscaping with real branches because of the stupid prices.

    "Pinkle" went over the rainbow bridge over a year ago (he was a rescue).

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    Pinkle is a really nice name.
    What was Pinkle?

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    A Pink Tongue Skink. Very similar to a Blue Tongue but have a smaller head/to body ratio and a longer tail. They are also more arboreal (like climbing) and when mature, their tongue turns pink. Pinkle had a couple of blue splotches on his tongue and was about 400 mm long. He was a sweet thing and used to love getting tangled up in my hair. His feet were a little deformed and he couldn't hang on very well in the wild, so he was not safe from predators.
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    Anyone know of anyone? I'm prepared to come down on price, I just want it to be a nice home for someone (reptile wise).

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    Its a good price, However my Gollum is fully catered for with a custom habitat already.

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    Bump. Next is eBay

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    Wish I could Rocksie!

    NSW and can't afford it atm, have looked into it though and that's a great price.

    Love to get a Carpet Python and let it loose in the shed and house to get rid of the rodents!!

    Don't like using bait as we lost 2 cats last year to poisoned Rats.
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    Carpet pythons don't get that big, get a diamond python much better and nice yellow/black markings.
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