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bored with set up. need suggestions

This is a discussion on bored with set up. need suggestions within the Newt and Salamander Help forums, part of the Beginner Newt, Salamander, Axolotl & Help Topics category; all i have for my tiger is a 10g tank, cave, eco earth and a dish. boring. i want a ...

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all i have for my tiger is a 10g tank, cave, eco earth and a dish. boring. i want a new look! something classy and exotic. eye candy for guests. suggestions are more than welcome! t.y.



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In case you haven't seen this, here are examples of different terrestial setups:
http://www.caudata.org/cc/articles/setups3.shtml



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I would suggest adding plants. If you lack a green thumb like me, philodendrons may be your best bet. They've thrived for me where other plant species have failed.



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I agree - throw in some cuttings from pothos or philodendrons and it'll look great. The tiger might root them up sometimes, but they're so hardy they will survive anyway.



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thanks you guys! wil do! how bout a fogger?



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