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Cortes

Cortes

This open/closed topped parrot cage comes complete with 3 stainless steel feeding bowls and 3 perches. It has parrot safe door openings and swing out feeders. The cage is made from wrought iron so is very durable and is oven baked powder coated in non toxic paint. It also has a slide out tray for easy cleaning and is mounted on castors for easy moving. (seed catcher is removable)

Drake

Drake

Open or closed top parrot/bird cage with stand and easy to move castors, complete with three stainless steel feeder bowls two wooden perches and under storage.It has a slide out tray for ease of cleaning and is made from wrought iron,It is oven baked and finished in non toxic powder coating.

Turret

Turret

Large Metal Play Centre. Complete with swing.Wrought Iron construction on legs with castors. Complete with ladders, feeder bowls, slide out tray and seed catcher.It is oven baked and finished in non toxic powder coating. (Seed catcher is removable)

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Veiled Chameleon

Veiled Chameleons are the most commonly bred and available species of chameleons, and are now being bred in captivity. They are hardy reptiles which require tall cages for perching, supplemental heat and UV light, a varied insect diet, and a dripping water source. As the Veiled Chameleon can be found in a range of habitats it is adaptable to a variety of temperatures and humidity. It is easily recognised by the large casque, or helmet, on top of its head. This is one of the hardiest chameleon species available.
Veiled Chameleon

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Water Dragon

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Goliath Birdeater

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Goliath Birdeater

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£100.00

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