A terrarium is often seen as no more than an indoor garden but for those who have a fondness for all things scaly and cold-blooded, a terrarium can be a reptile habitat. A terrarium is a great way to build your favorite reptile a home away from home. You can create a miniature rainforest for your fire belly frogs or a desert oasis for your lizard.
These reptile houses come in all sizes and different shapes to suit the pet owners fancy. You can house your favorite serpent in the splendor of Arizona sand with a piece of Joshua tree. A miniature pond and a lily pad are perfect for your turtle pal. No matter the creature and the scene you wish to set there is a terrarium ready for your building.
If you are interested in a terrarium you can learn more about these and the creatures that find comfort in them at your local library. There are books galore for everything from Iguana care to newts and monitor lizards.
You can also find more information online. There are several large shopping sites online that offer catalogs filled with pictures of available terrariums as well as terrarium decor. Decor items can include rocks, logs, grasses and sand. Other items in these catalogs can range from water dished, chlorinators, heat wave rocks and bait.
If you visit the right site you can even find and I love my lizard t-shirt collection. Some people like soft and furry while other prefer the flicker of a fast moving reptile tongue. No matter your preference there are choice in homes that can make any Some people like soft and furry while other prefer the flicker of a fast moving reptile tongue. No matter your preference there are choice in homes that can make any pet feel pampered.