Arguably, the most versatile and inexpensive housing available for keeping exotic pets. BraPlast tubs can be used for a multitude of different applications, including, rearing hatchling reptiles (geckos and snakes) and housing invertebrates (tarantulas).
It is important to provide water to your feeder insects but often that can lead to them drowning in dishes. These crystals can be made into water jelly which is an affordable and effective solution to this problem.
Lianas are attractive corkscrew like pieces of natural wood, they are thick, strong and long lasting and their twisted appearance looks great in jungle set ups. As these are natural products individual shapes and sizes will vary between pieces.
The popular Herp Nursery II Incubator uses the peltier technology which enables the device to cool and to heat its interior, thus allowing its use as incubator for reptile eggs but also for hibernating reptiles.
This upgraded model can cope with up to a maximum load of 1000w and has new features including setting time zone settings throughout the day. This device also can be used in reverse to work alongside cooling devices.