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post #4 of (permalink) Old 12-12-2012, 06:54 PM Thread Starter
Wy Renegade
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Originally Posted by Fishies_in_Philly View Post
For simplicity, how about doing it like a dart frog tank. Large media drainage layer, substrate on top. Small boxed in section for the pump. I can source you a pump, no problem. (Call it a donation ). I can get more in depth tonight. Or you can go with a simplistic false bottom, like my mantella tank.
Well, my problem here is that I'm not totally sure the terrarium itself is waterproof. This a four foot by two foot terrarium with plastic bottom. It contains probes, wires, and a heat pad of some sort, which likely shouldn't be completely submerged in water.

Originally Posted by Fishies_in_Philly View Post
Btw.....i love the carnivores in the first tank. Awesome job by your students!!
They did do a nice job didn't they? I probably should take an updated picture, it looks much different now then it did then. Partially the result of a little judicial tampering by the instructor .
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