I got this for my Male Syrian, wouldn’t work for any one with a small cage but it perfect size for a Syrian even a large one. I got the M and it was perfect and has become my Syrian favourite hide so much so he won’t sleep in anything else. Definetly would buy again just be aware of the size.
I was actually shocked how big the medium is! Luckily I have a 100cm x 80 cage, so plenty of room for it. If you have a standard size pet store bought hamster cage, then the medium will be way too large for most standard hamster cages. To give you an idea, it's the length of my forearm, and around the width of a DVD case. My little Russian dwarf has been enjoying herself, in and out, climbing on it, plus it has a hole on top, so she has come out through there too Excellent size for hamsters/Rats
The picture doesn't do it any justice, I ordered the small it huge it bends which I love, got a hole coming out of the top which acts as another way to get in or out of bear my Syrian & I love this item
I got the medium and large cork tunnels for my reptiles. The large size is perfect for our Beardie and the small one is now decorating the snake's enclosure. It comes with a mossy look, so looks very natural! Great recommendation for reptile keepers!
I bought this for my sugar gliders to try. One just uses it as a jumping off point, the other LOVES it. She sits on and in it and likes to strip the bark both inside and out.
I will definitely be buying more.
I was pleasantly suprised at the size of the piece I recieved. I only have one spiderling at the minute so it will last a long time. It is ideal for any terrestrial or arboreal spider, tarantulas or trues. The tube can be cut to the size for a terrestrial and half buried for a hide. Also can be cut and secured for an arboreal one. I can reccomend it.
The large tunnel is big enough for my rabbits to run through and lie in comfortably, which they do very often. It wobbles a bit when they jump on top of the tunnel, but hasn't rolled over yet so it seems to be safe enough. The size and color might vary a bit from the photo.
I didn't realise how large it'd be..I bought 3 and well.. one would take up half of a mini duna..be warned!
I haven't tried them with my dwarves yet, but I know they'll love to climb them and it'll help with the natural theme I'm trying to achieve with my cages :)
Also, my cork walls are really chunky.
Looks bigger than it actually is, which is quite good as i bought for my robos but my syrian can fit in it :D (but it was so big i had to rearrange his cage to fit it in lol)
Only downer was that it looks NOTHING like the picture! :L the cork, is actually quite thin (unlike the picture) and its not completely straight, mine was a bit bent :P which is no problem, but just something to be wary of ;)
Definitly worth the price though x