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    Snr Moderator dimzel's Avatar
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    Thank you and Kiwi!
    Marketa Unfortunately, Henry has no shelves and stairs ..... My parents are not willing to have an iguana. Should that happen, they will certainly do the shelves, ladder and cage.
    Therefore, I would recommend them only the most necessary - heating and UV. Because the fate of Henry's questionable. We do not know how long he will live with my parents. We had hoped that he would leave in autumn to his home. And prolonged detention of these conditions are not very good. But the important thing is that he is alive.
    Henry does not have a humidifier. But twice a day, he takes a bath.
    Still, I hope that the contents of the summer was very good on sun and good humidity. And Henry has gained strength to suffer a few months some limitations.
    It would be easier if the parents wanted to leave Henry at all. But as long as he lives with them as a temporary visitor.
    My name is Irina. Sorry my mistakes in English.

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    I really enjoyed these pictures...thank you for sharing!!
    I'm working with a large backyard, and I am useless without an assembly guide. I happened across some other google search options since no one has caught on there is actually a market for large outdoor reptile enclosures.

    - bird aviary (great height, shelter huts not included)
    - rabbit hutch (sometimes these lack in height)

    - chicken coop and run
    (sometimes these lack in height, but I taller options available)

    This is my favorite so far! Dream enclosure. I would just go into a forest with a UHaul and chainsaw a bunch of tree branches...haha.

    https://www.tractorsupply.com/tsc/pr...r-chicken-coop

    Being as this one is wood...I am still uncertain how to add shelves?

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    Ann gave you a good idea in your topic.
    My name is Irina. Sorry my mistakes in English.

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    As a matter of fact, I would like a much larger outdoor enclosure for Malakai. His current one is 8'X8', and with all the branches in there it's not large enough to move around in (for me, he's fine in there) but I have to manuever around all the branches getting him out at night.
    My name is Sharon, mommy to Malakai. We live in Vacaville, CA in the US.

    If it's meant to be it'll be, if it ain't it won't... it's life, live with it.

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    Sharon, I also always thought about how to arrange the iguanas, if there is my own house. There are trees and a nice lawn. Of course, the more the fence is, the better. And ideally - when the iguana is calm, like the Forest and can enjoy the whole area of the interior space.
    My name is Irina. Sorry my mistakes in English.

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