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Tagged: My babies
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75 gallon 48”x18”x21”
Substrate is 200 lbs+ of rinsed playsand mixed with ecoearth and crushed oyster shell. Crabitat has a built in background covered in Ecoearth as well. Features include built in moss pit, shell shop shelf, planters (although the crabs knock the plants out frequently and nap in those lol) and 8 inch deep freshwater and saltwater pools with bubblers.
Jeanne Singhass – Captive baby tank
10 gallon tall
4 inches 5-1 substrate play sand and EE
live moss ans lichens / safe bark and tree branches
2 baby size pools 1- marine water 1 fresh
Mary Akers dishes and food
Riley’s Cafe food
little palm tree from Beth C
Crab shaped shell shop of very tiny shells
55 gallon, 48” x 12.5” x 21”
About 10” of Play sand and Eco Earth
Lots of cholla, 1 large grapevine branch, 3 cocohuts, ceramic pot, fish nets, fake plants, live moss, dried leaves/flowers/bark, turkey feathers, fresh and salt water pools.
Recently added a dehydrated pheasant foot, which seems like it will last a while.
Play sand and eco earth
Natural wood, cholla wood, live lichen, live moss, hemp hammock, coconut huts and isopods.