We recently bought a bd from someone and he came in a 55 gallon tank. It's too big for us and we downgraded to a 40 breeder. Tank is about 2 years old from what the previous owners told us. It's a little morphed on the top rims from the heat lamps being too strong. The sealants are a little stained from sand use. It does come with a screen top and we can give away the driftwood, backdrop, light dome and half log that came with it (refer to picture 1). We'd be willing to drop it off or if you'd want to pick it up, that's fine with us too.
I'd also be willing to give away 100+ mixed sized Dubia Roaches as well if your going to use this tank for a lizard, for free and if you're interested. Dubia roaches are a high protein feeder perfect for any herp. It's the main staple for my bearded dragons and leopard geckos. They are tropical bugs and wouldn't be able to survive long outside of a bin. I'd be more than happy to help with any questions on proper keeping and breeding of these roaches. I haven't paid for a feeder for my herps in months.
The only pictures I have included are the only ones on my computer. More can be sent out via text at .
Picture one shows how the tank set up would be like with the sand,
Picture two has paper towels as substrate and added items for our dragon that we have since transferred to the new tank,
Picture three is of the high protein feeders
Thank you for looking.
Perfect for: bearded dragon, snake, gecko, python, boa, lizards

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