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    Hey so I saw these cool bins online and looked them up, apparently someone modified one for a crestie. If some vents were added, would it be suitable for a pacman? My big guy seems uncomfortable in a regular tank and I was looking for something he'd like while still offering some visibility. Plus they stack, which is always a bonus.


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    Default Re: would this be a good bin option?

    If it was me I would use the pull out shelf version. I would construct it then make sure it will hold the humidity/temp I want before adding frog.

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    Default Re: would this be a good bin option?

    I don't figure the drawers would be superior other than being slightly easier to clean.

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    Default Re: would this be a good bin option?

    Ohhhhhh these are so cool and pretty! Need to look if I can get them, not for frogs though

    I guess you can modify them for pacman frog. Can you fill it with the substrate without it falling out? And heating? Although in Texas you probably don't really need to worry about low temps. Lol

    Surprizing though you are saying your guy is not comfortable in his tank, perhaps if you cover 3 sides of it and add some plants hanging to make him feel more secure would help?
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    Default Re: would this be a good bin option?

    I think they're pretty neat too! A bit more expensive than regular bins but I think they add some nice visibility without sacrificing being stackable.

    There seems to to be a little inner rim at the bottom that would allow for substrate, so I'm not overly worried about that. My girl has settled down but I still would like to put her in one of these because she currently resides in the sun room (it stays a balmy 80 degrees just about all year without additional heat) and it would protect her eyes better from the light. Though I admit I did just paint the back to help with this. It doesn't look as nice though.

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