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190 oz. Quarantine/Temporary Enclosures
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These 190 oz. 9.75 x 6.0" clear containers make great enclosures for new frogs as you quarantine them or as temporary enclosures for young frogs. * Save time and money * Stackable, save space and protect the animals * Create professional looks while saving money * Very tight fitting, snap on lids prevent escaping * No need to tape or staple top * Easy to label and organize

1 for $2.99
or
10 for $24.99

Order at http://www.joshsfrogs.com
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#2

True, very true. I have a few of those and I use them when cleaning or adding new features to the vivarium. Very uselful.
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#3

ummmmm.... are there holes in the top so that the frogs can breathe?

Jesse
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#4

There are holes in mine. If they don't come with them simply poke em through with a needle. Im sure they come with air holes...
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#5

No, they do NOT have holes poked in them. I put sphagnum moss and pothos in them with juvies and will quartine with moist paper towels, pothos, and leaves.
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#6

Jesse Wrote:ummmmm.... are there holes in the top so that the frogs can breathe?

Jesse

In most cases, just opening the container to do routine feedings and maybee a mist here in there is going to let enough air in...

Brian T. Sexton
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