Discussion in 'HCRU Crabitat's - Biography's Of Our Crabitats' started by vckums, Sep 22, 2006.
Im in Northern California, if you can come get it it's yours.
vckums, can you post a bigger picture of the first tank i cant really see it!
nice looking tank, myself i prefer the long tanks rather then the tall i find it gives them more space to roam
Wow Vckums, great crabitat, love it!!!!
Hey vicki you know how you said im getting a little crowded do you think if i set up my 10gallon and moved 5 of the 13 in there they would thrive and be more happy? Cause i want to do the right thing and my babies to be happy, well they seem happy and i thought they were thriving because ive been going through so many molts im over welmed. 4 in a month!
I'm trying to get a 10 gal. Does anyone know how much they cost?
My ten gallon costed me 40$ but i live in canada so there a little bit more expensive here.
I dont know, it came that way. Im thinking the person who had it used EE on one side and sand on the other. Kept them from mixing together probably
Your hermit crab tank looks really nice.
Update- I redid the tank today. Here's what it looks like now.
Like a tropical forest! The levels look so nice. Rarely do you see a level that looks so natural. It's very nice. Looks like a terrerium with critters.
Awww thank you!!! I really enjoy doing the tank. Sometimes it resembles a jungle or a beach, this time I was a bit different. Had too much fun shopping at Michaels, I could've gone broke there LOL
My hermit crbas love the light. Also right now I have to buried beneath the sand. Also vcums your crabitats look nice.
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