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Are there any animals that can be housed in a 15 gallon or smaller

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Are there any animals that can be housed in a 15 gallon or smaller that dont need any electricity (lighting heating ect) that arent hamsters or fuzzy things. i already know fire belly toads can be are there any others?
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>>2082506
Some Tarantulas I think.
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Pacman frog if your house is well heated during winter
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>>2082506
Brown recluse.
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>>2082553
15 gallon is hella huge for most. Theraphosa species and maybe some large Lasiodora would do alright in there, but the smaller ones would have a harder time catching food.

Digging scorpions like Hadrurus arizonensis would enjoy the space though. Fill that shit up with Excavator clay mixed with a bit of sand, and it'll dig forever. Heterometrus spinifer would also love it with topsoil or coconut fiber. Some planted Pothos would add stability to that soil and their burrows too. Don't believe in the lies that either of those scorpions need a fucking basking lamp or anything above room temp.

Banded geckos don't particularly need any additional heating as long as room temps don't go below 65 or 70 often. You could keep several females together or one male and several females if you want babs down the line. Skunk Geckos and many other nocturnal species work too.

Also consider Scolopendra species centipedes if you can ensure one can't escape.
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>>2082506
Bump for intrest
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If you get water, you could get two african clawed frogs. they get huge and they like music.
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a budgett frog my dude
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>>2082506
beetles are pretty interesting
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