How Do You Build A Hermit Crab Terrarium?
Hermit crabs are among the most popular pets in the world for young children. Harmless, inexpensive and easy to care for, these little animals are ideal pets for inexperienced beginners. Not requiring a ton of space, hermit crabs can live in simple environments that include sand, water bowls, plastic trees, and other items. A cage or a terrarium can be purchased, but building your own homemade terrarium is also a viable option. Glue each wooden post to each inside corner of the litter pan, pointing upwards. Wrap the chicken wire around the four posts, creating a fence around the litter pan. Glue the chicken wire together where it meets or use twisty ties. Fill the litter pan with sand, creating a layer about an inch thick. Place the empty water dish in the center of the pan. Run the sponge under a faucet, allowing it to soak up some water, and place it in the dish. This will serve as the crab’s lagoon. Do not give them a dish of water without the sponge because the crabs might drown th