02-05-2009, 06:42 PM
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Wow, its a lot bigger than it looks!
Since you don't know what type of wood it is, I would avoid tropical herps. Actually, a Bearded Dragon would be perfect in there. You can go crazy with a beardie enclosure, as they love to climb and explore. The actual setup can cost a bit depending on what you do with it, but can be rewarding. They average out around 16-21". They are very friendly as well.
Another great choice would be a Blue Tongued Skink. They are great beginner reptiles from what I've been told, but require a somewhat humid environment. They are very intelligent as well, and can reach 20"+.
You could also do a little "Leo Land" thing with Leopard Geckos. You could fit 3 or 4 FEMALES (only them) in there. A male with other females will result in babies most likely after a while (and that will be a lot), and more than one male will fight.
There are probably many other options, but thats all I can think of ATM. Let me know if you need any care info about the species.