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Old 08-01-2020, 05:34 AM
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Default Re: Beginner Amazonia Setup for P. Terribilis.

Originally Posted by Fahad View Post
Have you bought the In Situ yet?

I’ve been watching them for a while and there’s a lot to love about those set-ups, but in my opinion they’re too small for adult Mint terribilis.

Wrong footprint too — I’ve noticed my frogs like to ‘wander’. Longer footprints give them that unbroken space to traverse without turning in circles.

Back when I was on Facebook this was sometimes an unpopular opinion and there’s always someone with a different take on it — I’m really not here to change anyone’s mind, but it’s just my opinion they’d fare better long term, and be much more entertaining to watch — in a bigger and longer footprint. Say 36” x 18” at minimum.

Totally up to you, it looks you’re doing your homework.
No, haven't bought it yet, and I was surprised nobody else brought the footprint up. I know that's a con of the build because terribilis like the larger footprint. On the other hand, they also really don't like wet feet. I'm willing to trade a couple square inches for the built in drainage and ventilation options, which will help prevent foot rot, as we discussed in my other recent thread. Plus I don't have to ff-proof it (to the extent possible).
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