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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful.
Great for tree frogs and other climbing animals!
I purchased this vine in size small, for my baby tree frog, who is housed in a 12x12x18 tank setup.
The vine itself is about 6 feet long, a good amount of vine to work with, and the diameter is perfect for small frogs to climb and sleep on.
This is a newer version of this vine, which is water proof. The older versions had problems falling apart when wet.
Cleaning isn't too much of an issue. A good soak in very hot water should take care of general cleanings and too loosen up stool.
I wouldn't recommend scrubbing it though, as it does still seem delicate if you pick at it.
Now for the most important part, my frog. It definitely approves of this vine, and tends to spend a lot of time on it since I placed it in there. Sleeping, climbing, hopping from one end to another, etc.
My frog is a Grays, so its natural habitat involves trees, bark and branches. Since adding this vine, it has spend more time out in the open, especially during the day when it sleeps. I would definitely recommend this product!
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful.
I've gone through 4 tanks, plants, cork, rope, .... all trying to create a happy environment for my veiled chameleon these vines are simply the best. easy to bend and adjust. easy to tie together. fairly easy to clean. my lizard loves them.
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Awesome for hermit crabs
Perfect for my hermit crabs! I used it along with some silk leaves to make a small tree for them to climb. The smaller crabs enjoy climbing it and hiding behind it when the big scary humans stare at them.
I've had it about a year, and it's held up well. It's flexible but holds its shape nicely. I haven't had problems with bits falling off, which is great. Hermit crabs like to pick at things, but they haven't tried to tear chunks off of this.
I'm thinking about ordering another, larger one for the larger crabs. :-)