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Rainforest Exo Terra Terrarium

How to Create a Rainforest Exo Terra Terrarium

So, you’ve got an Exo Terra Terrarium and you want to create a rainforest habitat? Look no further! Exo Terra has put together a guide that shows you how to create a stunning rainforest terrarium at home. Watch the video below and download the step-by-step guide here. If this is something that you’d like to try […]

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Exo Terra Terrarium Glass Cleaner

Need a Terrarium Glass Cleaner?

Struggling to find a great glass cleaner? Here at the Northampton Reptile Centre, we have many glass terrariums housing some of our frogs, toads, invertebrates and geckos. These tanks are a great home for reptiles and amphibians that need more ventilation and a little less warmth. While they are aesthetically pleasing they can quickly build up […]

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The Safe, Easy Way to Clean Terrarium Glass

We know how difficult it is to clean watermarks from glass. We’ve spent many hours scrubbing our shop terrariums with R.O. water, tissues, newspaper, squeegees and even Coca Cola! The stubborn, chalky residue is usually caused by minerals in our tap water. When we spray the terrariums with tap water, pure water evaporates and leaves the […]

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Exo Terra’s Stylish Habisphere Curved Terrarium

We see a lot of cool enclosures at Northampton Reptile Centre, but one that caught my eye recently was the Habisphere by Exo Terra. This enclosure is a 45x30x30 glass terrarium (WxLxH) with a stylish curved front. On the back wall there is a panel with a slot for some wall art, the package comes with a […]

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Exo Terra Terrariums

Exo Terra Terrarium Features and Benefits

When housing tropical reptiles, amphibians and mountainous species Exo Terra glass terrariums have a few advantages over their wooden vivariums. They are well suited to these animals as they diffuse heat at a greater rate than wooden enclosures and can be exposed to higher humidity levels than wooden vivariums. Here at the Northampton Reptile Centre we use them […]

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