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    Kevin Chang
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    Default 29 Gallon Poison Dart Frog Terrarium

    Just a little video I put together for a friend, let me know what you think about it!

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    Excellent video! Thanks for sharing.

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    nice video

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    Best. First Post. Evar.

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    Default Re: 29 Gallon Poison Dart Frog Terrarium

    Now that is a great way to start my morning out!! Thanks for the great video, and I love the toe twitching at 49 sec and again at 1:09.

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    Nice video, what's the name of those bright red/pink "broms" ?
    How big are them (in with and hight) ?

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    Default Re: 29 Gallon Poison Dart Frog Terrarium

    I think they are Cryptanthus. or 'earth stars'.

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    yeah i'm pretty sure those are crypts

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    Default Re: 29 Gallon Poison Dart Frog Terrarium

    thank you everyone for the positive feedback!

    @Snake the plants are Cryptanthus Acaulis.
    according to what I've read and experienced, fully matured plants get 5in (12.5cm) high and 6in (15cm) across.

    I also plan on starting two-three new terrariums soon, a 40 gallon, 55 gallon, and a 100 gallon.
    will be posting more on here of course to show you guys the process and updates on the tanks.
    will also be posting more videos of me and my friends terrariums.

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    what size is the build in the video?

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    awesome vid! does anyone know why their toes twitch like that?

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    Default Re: 29 Gallon Poison Dart Frog Terrarium

    Great Vid, I love the clarity, your camera does really great!

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    It's beautiful!
    What a nice thing to do for a friend!
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    Thanks a lot !
    Hope to see your work soon.

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    Default Re: 29 Gallon Poison Dart Frog Terrarium

    Quote Originally Posted by J Teezy View Post
    what size is the build in the video?
    Judging by the thread title, I'd say 29G.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VooDoo View Post
    Judging by the thread title, I'd say 29G.
    the size wasn't in the title when i asked this =). They later added it

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    Wow amazing vid!
    What are the branches that are stretching all over?....

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