should i just keep it plain with the white plastic bottom that comes with it or should i get some sort of indoor/outdoor carpet type of material for it? any answers/help is greatly apreciated.
If you are not using live plants, and are having trouble getting the humidity high enough you could use the carpet to help retain some moisture and avoid puddles. I did this for a while prior to getting live plants and prior to making drainage for the enclosure. I had a few carpets cut out and would switch them out every few days to avoid mold/mildew and smelling . I wouldn't use it if you don't have humidity issues though, because its not worth the work!should i just keep it plain with the white plastic bottom that comes with it or should i get some sort of indoor/outdoor carpet type of material for it? any answers/help is greatly apreciated.
Growing grass on the coco mats is a cool idea. I so want to do this for Rebels new enclosure that I am building him this summer. Just one question...What kind of grass seeds were used? I will be covering the entire bottom with this (except where my plants go).Bare is best for the most part.
Then theres this:https://www.chameleonforums.com/growing-grass-82452/
You can, but it is difficult to keep clean, your feeders can get lost in there, your cham could eat some of it and have trouble passing it, and it would be more difficult to let your enclosure dry out before mistings if you have longer sessions. That could lead to mold and mildew buildup as well as health issues. There are some who have done it successfully though.Can you keep leaf litter on bottom of cage to look more natural then paper towels? What about placing a coco husk mat at bottom? I get the easy clean up with paper towel but like to try and make it look as natural as possible Thanks!!!