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I'm looking for a glass tank for my harvest mice. Must be a minimum of 15 inches tall, preferably taller, other dimensions can differ based on height (i.e. may take a narrower tank if it is taller since harvest mice use the vertical space most) but roughly 18-30 inches long. Doesn't have to come with a lid or be watertight (obviously!). Can collect from shows or locally and happy to swap for mice if desired.
 

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Yep, many times. I have replied for a few and never heard back :evil: I am also keeping an eye on Ebay but nothing suitable locally as yet.
 

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Have got a tank now though getting Dave to make me a lid seems to be quite the challenge at the moment :lol: If anyone has any they are selling though I would still consider getting another.
 

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where abouts are you? I have a 21 galleon tank that Im going to be selling off- it houses my gerbs at the mo. Im in county durham. Ill go measure later and post the measurements :)
 

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perfectos are okay for harvesters but they do like climbing more than running so I'm now just wishing perfecto would make a tall tank rather than all their wide ones :lol:

OR me and mousebreeder should just come up with our very own range of "exotic mouse cages" :cool:
 

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glass vivariums for arboreal reptiles would be suitable.We have my sons snake in one and it is pretty much a tall perfecto.
 

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The exo terra branded tanks make taller vivs as Sarah mentions, but the footprint of a lot of them is quite small for a mammal, so you'd have to get one of the larger sizes.
 
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