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    Ann, this is also a good option - a free standing unit.Name:  Хлопает.gif
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Size:  3.1 KB Because there is a lot of space in such an open-air cage. We used brackets to save the space of the terrarium.
    My name is Irina. Sorry my mistakes in English.

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    I can have David work up some diagrams on how to attach shelves and making a free stand shelf to post next weekend.
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    Are you talking about housing an iguana outdoors year-round where it snows? Unfortunately this will not be possible with an iguana in an open-air enclosure. I would't recommend it year-round.
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    I agree with Sharon that will have to have two terrariums: a common terrarium in the room and an outdoor enclosure for summer time.
    My name is Irina. Sorry my mistakes in English.

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    Guys, maybe my opinion will not be very popular. But I just thought about it:
    Yoshi in venerable age. And many iguanas do not like changes in life. For many, changing the terrarium is a whole event. I thought how the change of residence would affect Yoshi.
    In addition, if the climate of Florida is different from Britt's new residence, it can also affect Yoshi's health.


    It's just a thought. Because I recently lost Juanita. And I see that Yoshi has reached a good age, living in Florida, and living in the current conditions. Is it worth the risk? The current conditions helped Yoshi reach this age. Probably these are ideal conditions for her.
    My name is Irina. Sorry my mistakes in English.

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