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I have been looking at some clay caves and wondered which was best the clay cave (blocked at one end) or a clay tube (open at both ends)
Any advice would be welcome
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For breeding blocked caves are the one to go with,I use clay and slate caves.
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I have a selection of clay and slate caves in the tank they have chosen to breed in th clay caves
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