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You need to make sure that all objects in the terrarium workshop singapore are “soft,” with no sharp edges. Tarantulas are great climbers, and if they fall on anything sharp, they can die.
When a lizard stops eating, it can be because it’s uncomfortable in its surroundings. It’s normal for a Bearded Dragon to stop eating much, if at all when they’re first introduced to their new habitat because they have to settle in. But they should acclimate in a few days and return to their usual eating regimen.
The bottom of the enclosure needs to be layered with substrate, at least 2″ deep for burrowing. Steer clear of gravel Terrarium workshop wood chips sand and vermiculite or perlite. The best substrates for your Chubby include peat moss / potting soil mixes, eco earth, organic mulch, and coconut fiber.
You can use a ceramic heat emitter, a radiant heat panel, or an infrared light to maintain heat during the night. You can also use a regular heating pad on the sleeping spot of your iguana.
Now, it’s time for soil. Choose a good organic potting mix. I like Organic Mechanics, but your garden center can suggest alternatives. Lay down a layer that’s a few inches thick, keeping in mind that you can always add more.
Dermestid beetles are very useful for cleaning off skulls. Just treat your colony with care and they will get the job done for you very quickly. If you’re up to the task, then try keeping two of them to cut the time in half.