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cage lid repair

Postby Happyherper » Tue May 29, 2018 5:22 pm

I currently have my meraukee adult in a 100 gallon, but as I am getting some ackie monitors in the fall, I would like to move him to a 60g long tank with the same floor dimensions. the only problem is when he was in the 60g he ripped the screen lid off, and dissapeared for 6 months. this was incredably stressful, so I am wondering how or where I can get a new screen lid, and would like any avvailable suggestions. it is a 60g long with a sliding to lid. it is 18 inches tall, so it needs to be a very sturdy lid or he will just puch it off. thanks for the help.
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Re: cage lid repair

Postby NeverShoutPVRIS » Sun Jun 03, 2018 3:01 pm

Not sure what kind of screen lid you had but when me and my husband had a bearded dragon we used one with a sliding screen lid. It's pretty easy to open by hand and it locks into place when you close it. Hope that helps
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Re: cage lid repair

Postby splashy07 » Fri Jun 08, 2018 5:02 am

You can buy screen locks at a pet shop or online. I used to use them when I kept snakes in tanks a zillion years ago.

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