Types of Vivarium

Plastic Vivariums: This type of enclosure is best suited for small reptiles. Plastic vivariums are cheaper than other types of vivarium.

Wood Vivariums: Wood vivariums are best suited for reptiles whose natural habitat is woods. By mimicking their natural habitat, wooden vivariums can make your pet feel comfortable in their enclosure. Wood is an efficient insulator, which means that you get to pay less on power. For the advanced hobbyists caring for multiple species, a multi-stacked/ multi-shelved wooden virarium allows them to have multiple virariums in one setting.

Glass Virariums: Glass virariums are the perfect home for reptiles who live in water - turtles, for instance. If you love watching or observing your pet without taking it out of its enclosure, glass vivariums allow a 360 degree view of your pet. Glass vivariums look just like an aquarium, featuring glass panels on all sides and bottom. Access panel, however, is heavier than an aquarium to prevent escape. Glass vivariums are more affordable than wood or plastic vivariums.

Mesh: Meshes are vivariums made of tightly woven nylon. This design gives your pet plenty of air ventilation while keeping chances of escape to zero. Mesh vivariums are lightweight and portable. Because messes feature many natural holes, your pet gets plenty of fresh air. However, the design makes it hard to see your pet without opening the access panel. Mesh or wire virarium comes in a variety of sizes.

Melamine Vivariums: A melamine vivarium is part wood, part glass. Typically, only the front side is made of glass panel for viewing. The other panels are made of wood with a plastic-like finish.



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