As the title reads, does anyone do this? I ask because I'm currently housing a Bicalcarata "red flush" in a 50gallon tank but it's starting to outgrow it. I'm thinking of building a large terrarium that's 2.5'W X 4'L X 3ftH. This will also house my ampullaria and N. rafflesiana. But knowing the growing habits of Bicals, I know within a year it'll probably out grow it. The question remains, how do I forcefully grow them outside a desired climate?
Where? Kitchen with East facing window.
Summer temps: from 75-95F
Winter temps: from 60-70F
Summer Humidity: 10-30% (crap!)
WInter Humidity: 50-70%
Location: San Jose California
EDIT: terrarium conditions now are 82F and 85%.
What can I do? If the risk of shock is too high then I rather just build a terrarium than to lose them.