Advanced, all-glass reptile terrarium sized right to fit most spaces. Exo Terra Small Natural Terrarium is your choice if space is limited or you wish to keep smaller reptile species. Herpetologist designed terrarium features dual front door windows that provide a clear view but swing open independently for easy access. Extra high, fixed front window (below doors) allows a thick layer of substrate for burrowing reptiles or even an aquatic portion for a outstanding paludarium setup perfect for reptiles or amphibians.
Exo Terra Small Natural Terrarium with full screen top ventilation allows UVB and infrared penetration and is removable for cleaning or decorating. Five closable wire/tube inlets in back of screen cover allow convenient installation of heating rocks, waterfalls, or sensors. Simply remove background and route cords through inlets. Raised bottom frame allows exterior mounting of a substrate heater. Polystyrene Rock Terrarium Background adds a climbing surface while also helping terrarium insulation. Made from black polystyrene, not white, to preserve its natural look even if chipped or damaged.
Showcase your Exo Terra Small Natural Terrarium with an optional Exo Terra Cabinet Stand. Furniture-like cabinet stand is ready-to-assemble to beautifully display your carefully designed setup. Two multi-purpose storage compartments keep reptile essentials close at hand. Convenient pull-down workstation is ideal for food preparation or terrarium maintenance. Choose Medium Exo Terra Cabinet Stand measuring 18" x 18" x 31-1/2" high for your Exo Terra Small Natural Terrarium.
The Exo Terra Small Natural Terrarium has specially designed, easy-turning latches to prevent escapes. However, for the ultimate in secure habitat closure, use the optional Exo Terra Terrarium Lock. Child proof combination lock prevents accidental escape of pet reptiles while easy-to-set design allows you to change the three digit tumbler combination as needed.
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