You could use the seagrass hammocks to give the walls texture for her to climb. The larger one are like 5 or 6 inches wide and like 24 inches long.
I use them in all but one of my habitats. Don't try to trim them though (i made that mistake) they unravel. Well i guess if your artsy you might could weave the ends back together. (I'm not and i couldn't rofl
Your habitat looks sweet.
I'm glad you mentioned that. Because I Have one!
I Bought it years ago for Rex, our first Beardie.
In my travels I ran across an article
talking about how hammocks are super horrible, and can collapse,strangle them, pull off nails, not natural, just terrible, etc. So I was like "well crap".
Beebz does have a smaller corner one in her little enclosure, she uses it (less now) and I didn't take it out. I guess just about anything could
be dangerous, but it's really frustrating seeing enthusiasts and even experts with relevant degrees giving totally contradictory information.
I guess it shouldn't surprise me, info on dogs and even human children is similar. But I grew up with dogs, and felt somewhat qualified to sort the wheat from the chaff there.
The thing that makes me most nervous about the hammock I think is how much I can trust the suction cups. I did have the one in Beebz tank randomly let go when I brushed against it once. This despite the fact she climbed on it all the time and it held firm. I don't really want to make any permanent alterations to the enclosure like drilling in eyehooks or anything. How do you attach yours?
Also, any idea how much of an issue a lingering smell from a low voc wood stain is? It's not much. I feel totally comfortable having my daughter
(the Hooman one, not the new scaly one) sleep in the room. But i dunno how much of an issue having Beebz live in an enclosure directly on top of it is.
I'm having to balance that risk against her remaining in her 18" wide enclosure that is just way way too small now. It currently has a fan blowing across it and all the heat lamps I bought pouring heat onto it to dry to fix it.
*edit* found and linked the article