AirComfort and Royal Python
A snake’s vivarium must be big enough for them to fully stretch out. Aside from providing spacious shelter and a proper diet, the temperature and humidity of their environment must be prioritised as well.
AirComfort and Leopard Gecko
A large enclosure must be prepared so leopard gecko can grow around 15-25 centimetres in your enclosure. Key to keeping it healthy and happy is mimicking their natural habitat and climates.
Leopard gecko regulates body temperature by using its environment, your thermogradient must be account for day and night time climates.
AirComfort and Corn snake
A corn snake’s lifespan is around 10-15 years, so taking care of it is a long commitment which is more than just feeding them mice but making ensuring their vivarium is set up correctly.
You must have a day and night lighting pattern with humidity around 40-50% in order to keep its skin healthy and avoid breathing issues.
AirComfort and Bearded dragon
"Beardies" are the most popular lizards as exotic pets. They can grow up to 45cm including tail, your vivarium must be well-ventilated, have rocks and branches for climbing and cover.
Temperature and humidity are very important to them in avoiding metabolic bone disease which AirComfort can help monitor.
AirComfort and Terrapin
Hard-shelled small turtle's lifespan is around 30 years. They must be housed in an aquarium with adequate heating and lighting.
To create a comfortable environment, a 7-12 reptile lamp over 2/3 of the tank is placed to create a wide area of UV light.
AirComfort and Mealworm
Mealworms are typically used as pet food for reptiles, fish or bird and also used as fishing bait. They are even safe for human consumption.
As they are an excellent source of protein with smaller carbon footprint than conventional livestock, mealworm farming is definitely a gamechanger for the environment and the economy.
In order to raise mealworms, temperature and humidity must be carefully considered.