Terrarium and Cage Construction and Care
Barron's Educational Series, 1999 - Pets - 217 pages
If you want to add a new dimension to owning a reptile or amphibian, you may want to try to design and build your own terrarium. With more than 100 full-color photos, this book provides basic carpentry instructions, along with advice on using screen material, glass panels, rocks, logs and plants. Whether you want to simulate a scaled down replica of a desert, rain forest, semiaquatic or woodland enviroment, you will find great ideas in these pages.
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