Bob's new tank!

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millie_moo
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Bob's new tank!

Post by millie_moo » Sun May 24, 2015 3:55 pm

ok so here is his old tank 48x12x15
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and here is his new one! i think it still needs some more decor, he looks so tiny in this tank!
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1.0.0 Red Ear Slider Sir Bob of Bobbington

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Re: Bob's new tank!

Post by Neil » Mon May 25, 2015 6:18 pm

He's going to love the extra width and depth, looks great! ~thmbu
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Re: Bob's new tank!

Post by Julie » Mon May 25, 2015 10:29 pm

Excellent work!!! You just have to think like a terrapin and ask - does he care? No, as long as food is forthcoming at regular intervals and basking is available then happy days. I do like plastic plants for decor and I am always moving them away from the light so they don't go green. Stupidly expensive for a bit of plastic but they don't get eaten ~trttle
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