Largest enclosure

Masurai

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What is the larger indoor enclosure you have ever had.
 

ZooRex

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Right now my 12" waterdragon is in a 60gallon, but I have plans for putting him in a 90. I also want to build a large "open air" enclousre for my chameleon and get a large (4'x2'x2') acrylic cage for my carpet python. That will probably be my largest setup for awhile. ~ Rex
 

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8 ft by 8 ft walk in glass enclosure for my 14 ft burmese.
either that or my 6 foot by 5 foot bamboo enclosure for my two ten foot rear fanged mangrove snakes.
 

Goomba

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55 long vivarium for female T. Blondi.

55 long for baby nile monitor. (it later went into a big custom outdoor enclosure)
 
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thebugwife

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6'x6'x3' Was iguana cage now holds many OBTs....Does the room thats dedicated to inverts count? there are over 2000 in it?:}
 

RoachGirlRen

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Biggest Pen: 12'L x 4'W x 4'H - Indoor quarters for my chicken
Biggest Cage: 6'H x 4'W x 3'D - Cage for my Amazon parrot
Biggest Tank: 75g - Tank for my two goldfish (soon to be upgraded to 300g)
 

Sequin

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6'L x 3'W x 2'H - For an adult female boa
6'H x 4'W x 4'L - For a subadult male iguana
5'H x 3'W x 3'L - Male ferret

I also have ball python's in 90 gal tanks. Everything gets alot of room :)
 

ZooRex

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Biggest Tank: 75g - Tank for my two goldfish (soon to be upgraded to 300g)
What kind of goldfish? You mean koi, right? ~ Rex
 

RoachGirlRen

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No, I mean common goldfish - feeders, not comets or fancies. I'd need a lot bigger than 300g to accomodate two full sized Koi. My golds are each 10" in length at only three years old; I can expect them to get near 24" by the time they are 10-15 years or so, and want them to have plenty of space to grow into so they'll live that good, full 20+ year lifespan. :D

edit: Here's the kiddos about to get in a fight. They always line up like that and clamp their fins when they're getting ready to beat the snot out of each other.
 

ZooRex

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No, I mean common goldfish - feeders, not comets or fancies. I'd need a lot bigger than 300g to accomodate two full sized Koi. My golds are each 10" in length at only three years old; I can expect them to get near 24" by the time they are 10-15 years or so, and want them to have plenty of space to grow into so they'll live that good, full 20+ year lifespan.
Wow, thats amazing, I never knew GF got THAT big! I thought you ment koi cause at the pet store I uesd to work at we kept a few in a 120. Good luck with you monsters. ~ Rex
 

RoachGirlRen

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Most unfortunately never live long enough to get that large; too many people take too poor of care of them. :( I've even seen fancies in the 12" range (image is (c) Goldfish Connection), though 8-10" is more common.
 
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