Is there any scientific data on this? I built a new cage with old plants installed and my cham, male ambilobe stuck to one of them for 3 days before exploring...
I bought this cork log kinda like this one. It has been in the cage for over 6 months and has stayed very solid. Not mushy at all. My cham really likes it.What kind of hollow log? I think the dried grape branches with enough moisture gets mushy, not sure, somebody said that
I don't think that cork can rot. Not very easily at least. That's why it's very popular amongst reptile hobbyists. Correct me if I'm wrong.I spray alot, I'd be worried about it rotting, I have 3 fast growing vines, it won't be long before I have to trim them so they don't take over the cage, plenty of hiding spots, cham poop is great fertilizer at least for orchids!!