kritter keeper

Where to post if you have questions or concerns about your Isolation Tank ("ISO").
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Post by Tonys Hermits » Sat Aug 09, 2014 5:20 pm

Would a kritter keeper work as an isolation tank I mist it most of the time need advice

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Post by Geranium » Sat Aug 09, 2014 11:36 pm

Not a good plan. Most are too small. The plastic means you can use a UTH reliably, it is really difficult to maintain heat and humidity both of which are vital especially in an ISO.

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Post by Crabber85 » Sun Aug 10, 2014 3:55 am

I completely agree with Geranium a KK or Kritter Keeper is not going to work as an isolation tank as even the largest sized one available isn't bing enough to accommodate everything the crab/s will need.Ten gallons is the smallest size tank that you can use and still have the space needed for the food and water dishes, spare shells, hides and still have room for the crab to move around if he/she so desires.
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