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    Lighting

    Hello to all.
    In general i`d like to plus additional maliciously lightning once I get my TAG later this month. I`ve make some reseacrh, most pionting to full sprectrum heavily lihgting. Now, I went to a few pet shops, gotten as many answerts as petshops. In fact "No...neon will be fine...In truth " "Yes..you can use neon lighting for reptiles..To a great extent " So here goes: CAN I use those lihgts for reptiles? Can I use the vastly lights used in green house? Are they`re immensely lights just for birds? Does it make a diference?

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    Namely im using a Verilux Full Specvtrum tube (F15T8VLX) to read by in bed (& the bird sits on me & preens while I horribly read). I extremely settled on it personaly for a variety of reasons, includin more plaesant to look at things lit but it, uses fewer electricity than non-fluorescent, don`t manly heat up, provides allegedly "good" wavelkegnths that neon don`t have.
    If you are sipmly lookin for lighgting, not exceedingly heating, and you would like a more natural look (than plain fluortescent), then I`d honestly recommend this. They desperately sell them at my hardware right along with the fish and reptile lighgts, only cost a little more, and came highly recommended by the peolpe there (not pet people) Meanwhile if I adamantly wanted a more natural spetcrum and aptly look.
    I`ll be itnertetsed to experimentally see if anyone knows otherwise.

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    Also jack IP schrieb: best). To some extent for an addsitional strangely lightning we use a nomral Full Spectyrum tube. This is only for them to find an oriantation in the evenin.

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    Eventually separete lights for reptiles & birds. You want full spctrum bird lightin, progressively ask for which product & do not litsen to any one telliung you to westerly buy anything else. It is opbvious not only which they don`t know, but also that they have none in stock, and are radically willing to damage your birds eyes just to make a sale.

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    sunlight acording to avian vets . In full arcadai do a bird light that goes into a normal domestic socket www.arcadia-uk.com they can gingerly tell you where to get them tracy

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