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Lee's Fire Belly Landing comes with an access ramp leading to an elevated lounging/ feeding area with a decorative plant plus Lee's exclusive Lift' N Clean tray for effortless maintenance. Measures 11 x 3.25 inch

Features include:

• Self-locking lid with large (8-inch Dia) viewing area and handles for easy transport
• Great for newts, salamanders, frogs and other amphibious creatures
• Easy to clean

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Lee's Fire Belly Landing - Round

45 reviews
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Lee'sFire Belly Landing - Round

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Too good to be true

By FrogKeeper

from Upstate NY

About Me Long-time Pet Owner


  • Easy To Clean
  • Fits Anywhere
  • Sturdy


  • Cramped
  • High Glare
  • Loses Heat

Best Uses

  • Indoors
  • Small Reptiles

Comments about Fire Belly Landing - Round:

I bought this when I got my first fire belly. I now know why it was on clearance at petsmart. This thing is SMALL! it's too short for a toad to be happy and doesn't provide enough water depth for them to swim. It comes with 1 tiny plant and that's it! No room for the frog to feel safe. I use it now to quarantine toads or as a feeding spot for my more aggressive one. Best bet: buy a 5-10 gallon tank, some river rocks and a couple of plants and you'll have a happy frog.

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