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Thread: Home made tarantula enclosures.

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    Default Home made tarantula enclosures.

    I like making my own enclosures out of household containers.

    I've made this thread to show people what I've come up with and hopefully give people ideas and a chance to show what everyone else has made.
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    Default Arboreal juvenile enclosure

    I've just made this one today which I think is a rather good idea.



    Basically it's a blank cd holder flipped upside down.



    Easy to drill air holes into.



    But what I think is the best thing about it is, if you unscrew the pole inside chop half of it off. You can put it on the reverse side and use it as a feeding hole.





    Not bad!
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    Nice one Ian.... Very innovative....

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    That's quite a good idea

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    Cracking idea!
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    cracking idea. recycling, the possibilities are endless lol
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    like i said in another thread, this hobby can be really eco-friendly on the recycling side of things
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    great idea...am now looking round for interesting tubs etc to use.

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