December 25 2010 Exotic Pets Newsletter
We are enjoying a very quiet white Christmas, a very low keyed holiday for this family. Since I am stuck in bed this has been the first holiday since I was a tiny child that I absolutely didn’t have to do a thing. I would gladly let my daughter take over holiday traditions from this year foreword!
Two new articles were published via auto submit while I was absent.
Cages for the Sugar Glider
Sugar Gliders need considerable space to jump and climb. Spacing needs to be small otherwise the sugar glider will squirm right out of its cage. Where to buy sugar glider cages, sugar glider accessories, how to build a homemade cage cheap!
Learn how to cage your pet tarantula in a natural vivarium environment to be able keep your pet tarantula safe, comfortable, and happy. You will need to keep humidity and heat in the enclosure but yet have ventilation. The tarantula cage must be escape proof. A terrarium makes a perfect habitat.
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