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    Can Mexican pings handle high humidity? Can they go in a terrarium which ranges from 60-90%?

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    Yes, they could.

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    Hey Whisper,

    Epalnts gave you a quick answer but I figured I'd elaborate a bit. Mexi-Pings are really flexable when it comes to humidity but I find they grow larger and better with a bit higher humidity so your terrarium should be fine for them.

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    Mexican pings grow larger leaves under high humidity than under lower humidity. A terrarium is an excellent place to grow them.

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    groovy (grin)

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