- Jan 27, 2017
Ok so hey all! Im new to this forum (posted my intro in the intro section if you want to read ) So I will be ordering my "first" T soon which will be a 3in female B. Smithi and I've been thinking about housing options. So far im thinking of housing it in either a medium sized kritter keeper or one of those food container tubs of similar size. So my question is which would you guys prefer? Apart from ventilation already being provided in the KK and the aesthetic value is there any other advantage of one over the other? Has anyone noticed more activity or faster growth rates with tubs or anything of the sort? Also I am planing on a future A.avic of the same size aproximately so same question, tub or kk? As arboreals tend to web around the top of the cage i wouldnt like to destroy their net every time I open the cage. Thanks in advance!