Although enclosure made from glass are not usually recommended to house tortoises, there are some reasons that make this type of enclosure is favourite tortoise’s cage among a lot of owner. Personally, I prefer to keep my hatching in a glass enclosure as glass is the best cage when it comes to maintain humidity.
The major issue with glass tank is that it can stress tortoises out, but you can easily fix this. If you are looking for a glass tank for your pets, here are the best tortoise enclosures you should provide them.
#1 REPTI ZOO Reptile Glass Terrarium
If you are worry about the ventilation of glass tank, then you can rest your mind that Repti Zoo terrarium feature with tough screen top, which ensure the well ventilation for the cage. Besides, the screen top also allows the UVB rays from UVB bulb or sun go through the tank without blocking. Not only that, this enclosure also equipped window ventilation on both sides.
Additionally, the bottom glass of this tank is raised, that mean you can easy place the heater or heat pad under and create the temperature gradient.
It has front sliding doors, which can be opened separately for easy access, feeding and maintenance.
#2 Exo Terra Glass Natural Terrarium Kit
This is another ideal glass enclosure for tortoise. it has the front ventilation system and full screen top for the optimal ventilation. The removable screen top also allows the beneficial UVB rays approach your tortoises.
The width opened front doors allow you fully access the cage for easy feeding and cleaning. It is the lockable doors to prevent your pets from escape. The screen cover designed with five wire inlets on the two sides, they are closable and allow you to install the wire some tank’s equipment such as heater, waterfalls, sensors, etc.
The raised bottom panel is waterproof, easy cleaning and allow to mount the heat pad or other substrate heaters below the tank.
#3 Carolina Custom Cages Terrarium
If you are looking for the tank that have a lots of floor space for your tortoise to roam around, then you should consider this glass tank from Carolina. It can be the home for any breed of adult tortoise. However, the downside is that you will have to fill it with more decorations.
Although it is large but very east to assemble and disassemble with dual sliding front glass panels and the removable top screen.
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