What should I do with this bottom?

Heyitsjustjon

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Brining out the old chem enclosure and broke the bottom. 😢 Have a new piece of plexiglass ready to go, just wanted to get some opinions on what to do with it? Is better to build a drainage system or go bioactive? Any thoughts?

enclosure dimensions
18 x 18 x 37

Plan on making this an enclosure for a panther this July. Just doing my research on her and getting tons of great info. Thanks in advance.

Jon
 

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Brining out the old chem enclosure and broke the bottom. 😢 Have a new piece of plexiglass ready to go, just wanted to get some opinions on what to do with it? Is better to build a drainage system or go bioactive? Any thoughts?

enclosure dimensions
18 x 18 x 37

Plan on making this an enclosure for a panther this July. Just doing my research on her and getting tons of great info. Thanks in advance.

Jon
Unfortunately I do believe those dimensions currently are too small for a full grown panther chameleon. The recommended size is at least 24x24x48 inches.
I’m not sure why you could do with the enclosure, there’s probably some DIY project you could do to make the dimensions bigger. Hopefully some more keepers will chime in on this

The xl repti breeze 2x2x4 ft is always a good cheap choice for a chameleon enclosure if you are looking for one. Also @Gingero has a great beginners setup and information
https://www.chameleonforums.com/media/everything-you-need-for-a-pet-chameleon.56026/
https://www.chameleonforums.com/media/ultimate-panther-chameleon-care-guide.55958/
https://www.pangeareptile.com/produ...fwJIPKD46dt_hGmfS30LrhjLMI9gtiSdAv3nwj0vtaSvY

I’d also totally recommend https://chameleonacademy.com/ As they have lots of good information on setting up and caring for a chameleon
 
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