HerpCult Plastic Reptile Habitat, 8-gal

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About This Item

  • Includes a special basking area for amphibians.
  • Clear front door means you can watch your pals.
  • Waterproof habitat is safe to use with heating pads and heat lamps.
  • Ventilation on the front door and in the movable screen top offers plenty of airflow.
  • Built-in plug at the bottom makes it a cinch to drain excess water.

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Capacity (Max)N/AN/A10-gallonN/AN/A
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Questions & Answers

7 Customer Questions


Is this a good tank for leopard geckos?
Answer by ChewySep 08, 2021
This habitat is suitable for a single adult leopard gecko or other similarly sized reptile or amphibian.

Would it be the appropriate size for two hermit crabs?
Answer by ChewyMar 13, 2022
This habitat would be too small for 2 hermit crabs. Hermit crabs need plenty of space to thrive! For two small crabs, we recommend at least a 10-gallon plastic or glass tank with a screen top to prevent escape, but more room may be required as they grow.

Is the basking platform of the 8 gallon removable?
Answer by ChewyJan 01, 2022
The HerpCult basking platform in the 8-gal habitat is removable.

How many green anoles do you think would be comfortable in this space?
Answer by ChewyDec 15, 2021
These habitats would not be recommended for a green anole. For 1 anole, choose a terrarium that’s a minimum of 10 gallons. Increase the size if there will be more than 1 anole. Because anoles are climbers, the terrarium should be at least 18 inches high, with a screened lid.


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6 Customer Reviews



Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By ReptiKeepr on Feb 24, 2022

Not good for longterm housing, but great if you're vending at a reptile show

I haven't bought one of these, but I think it'd be a good idea to have if someone is vending at a reptile convention. Keep small reptiles in it to show.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By lorax on Feb 12, 2022

please dont

This is so inappropriate, please don’t subject any living thing to this substandard product.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By small on Nov 12, 2021

too small for ANYTHING

This tank is too small for any reptile/amphibian, besides maybe a small frog. Please don’t purchase this for your geckos or anything as suggested. The fact they say you can “fit” 5 frogs in there is so awful, it definitely wouldn’t be large enough.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Earth on Dec 1, 2021

Really Good Size

I really like it… it’s a really nice size and I love how it looks like a little modern mansion


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Habitat on Sep 4, 2021

Not the same

The actual product is not the same as the picture an the description.. the description said it had a CLEAR window an it doesn't! that is the only reason I bought it because we where going to be able to see our turtle but you actually can't..only thru the top


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Jazz on Sep 6, 2021

Not big enough

This would only last a tiny tiny turtle a few months, it's so small. It's not even legal to buy baby turtles that would fit this cage. Very sad someone would sell this